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BUSINESS SCREEN 

magazine • tools and techniques for audio and visual communication 




17lli AnniuJ l^xxludionRoNicw 



The complete 1967 buyer's guide and film/tape reference bluebook to qualified 
producers of business and television films. Number 1 -Volume 28 • Two Dollars 



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It's never been so easy to pick 
the right audience for your film. 



Just pick the right coupon. 

Modern gives you a lot to choose from— five effective channels of distribution 
that assure exposure of your company film to the right audience. And each 
one is supported by the complete merchandising service your film deserves 
—year 'round promotion, monthly computerized reports, regular print 
inspection and maintenance. It's the broadest, most flexible distribution 
program available today, as you can see by the coupons beiovi/. 



Resorts 



Modern Talking Picture Service, Inc. 

1212 Ave. of the Americas, NY., N.Y. 10036 
Telephone (212) 765-3100 

Don't let your film take a summer vacation. Give it to Modern. We'll circulate 
your prints to more than 1200 resorts from coast-to-coast. These hotels, 
motels and camps play host to over 6 million film viewers every summer. And 
they show a different Modern hour-long film program three to six nights a 
week. If you'd like to become better acquainted with the high income families 
who watch them, send for our new resort survey. Use this coupon. 



NAME_ 



COMPANY. 
ADDRESS_ 
CITY 



Television 



Modern Talking Picture Service, Inc. 

1212 Ave. of the Americas, NY. NY 10036 
Telephone (212) 765-3100 

Modern rates tops when it comes to putting your film on TV— and into millions 
of homes. 92% of the nation's nearly 750 TV stations depend on Modern to 
supply them with interesting films. Result: last year. Modern accounted for 
some 40,000 television showings of sponsored films. The TV sales representa- 
tives in our six regional offices deserve a lot of the credit. If you want to see 
your film on TV, you're reading the right coupon. 



NAME_ 



COMPANY. 
ADDRESS_ 
CITY 



Community 



Modern Talking Picture Service, Inc. 

1212 Ave. of the Americas. NY. N.Y 10036 
Telephone (212) 765 3100 

Thousands of local clubs, churches, business and professional groups, schools 
and colleges use sponsored films. Proof: Modern makes more than one million 
bookings for community groups every year. And our year-'round promotion 
program (including 3 million mailing pieces) adds over 25,000 new user 
groups annually. Our network of 33 film libraries, strategically located in major 
U.S. and Canadian cities, keeps film circulating quickly from one group to the 
next. And you'll get more details just as quickly, when you clip this coupon. 



NAME 

COMPANY. 
ADDRESS_ 
CITY^ 



Airports 



Modern Talking Picture Service, Inc. 

1212 Ave. of the Americas. N.Y. N.Y 10036 
Telephone (212) 765-3100 



Show your film to thousands of hard-to-reach business executives and pro- 
fessional people via Modern's Skyport Cinema program. The free movie 
lounges we maintain at major airports exhibit sponsored films 10 hours a day 
to waiting air travelers. Surveys show that most of these viewers work in man- 
agement, sales, advertising, and engineering. And they watch Skyport Cinema 
an average of 65 minutes each. Sound like the important people you want 
looking at your film? Then this coupon is for you. 



NAME. 



COMPANY. 

ADDRESS_ 
CITY 



Theatres 



Modern Talking Picture Service, Inc. 

1212 Ave. of the Americas, N.Y, N.Y 10036 
Telephone (212) 765-3100 



What's playing at the movies? Your film can be, through Modern. Many of the 
nation's 18,000 motion picture theatres and drive-ins show short, interesting 
sponsored films as part of their regular programs. Modern services these thea- 
tres via film libraries in the 32 designated theatrical film exchange cities. Your 
film is booked for the companion feature's complete run— an average of five 
showings per booking, if you think you've got a hit, send us this coupon. 



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COMPANY. 
ADDRESS_ 
CITY 



All Five 



Modern Talking Picture Service, Inc. 

1212 Ave. of the Americas. N.Y, N.Y 10036 J 
Telephone (212) 765-3100 

If one, or two, or three of Modern's audiences aren't enough to meet your 
needs, this is the coupon to send. We'll tell you everything. How Modern helps 
you to organize a balanced program. How we promote your film. How we send 
you monthly computerized reports of up-to-date results. How we book, ship, 
inspect and maintain your films— all at surprisingly low cost. If you're planning 
to make a company film— or if you believe your film is not being seen in the 
right places— stop reading, and start clipping. Now! 



NAME 

COMPANY. 
ADDRESS_ 
CITY 




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Your own sales fiinn in full color assures a perfect presentation 
every time. Technicolor's cartridge loading instant movie 
projector makes it easy to put that presentation on every prospect's 
desk, and they're priced low enough that every salesman can have one. 
Film production costs no more than a color brochure. You can even 
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Send for your copy of Sales Maker News by filling out the coupon. 



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What's up at IVPO ? 



Plenty. 

Here's a quick preview report 

on sponsored films produced by MPO 

during our fiscal year 1966. 



Projects: 53 sponsored motion pictures 

Length: from 6 minutes to one-and-a-half hours 

Film Objectives: public relations, sales promotion, sales training, dealer & distributor 
communications, education 

Film Costs: $3800 to $275,000 

Clients: Major — and some not so major — corporations and organizations all across the country. 

MPO is the studio to come to for all your sponsored films — regardless of budget, location, 
or degree of complexity (or simplicity). 




For a proposal from MPO or a discussion of your A-V problems, call Gus Eisenmann at TN 7-8200. 
MPO Productions. Inc.. 222 East 44 Street. New York. N.Y. 10017, Also in Cfiicago. Detroit. Hollywood. 



BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 




ALL ROADS LEAD TO 



MECCA 



now for COLOR 
and black & white 
35 mm and 16 mm. 



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TN THE BEGINNING, man sought lo commu- 
■'• nicate b) inscribing the world around him 
upon the cave walls, gave us the heritage of his 
times in Egypt's tombs and illuminated his beliefs 
on monastic scrolls. As printing came, so did 
enlightened ages and the common man won meas- 
ures of freedom through knowledge. 

A generous providence has now placed in our 
hands an abundance of tools and techniques 
through which we may share social and techno- 
logical progress. A smaller world is beneath those 
communication satellites and continents only hours 
apart by flight. But ignorance as well as dicta- 
torial fiat governs millions on this globe and there 
is the example of Red Guards running rampant in 
the streets of China where the seeds of knowledge 
were early planted. 

Let this prologue to another Production Review 
speak for ideas, first and foremost. Ours is the 
trade of communication, a mingling of the arts 
and science. This 17th Annual compendium of the 
creative, of craftsmanship and experience brings 
all kinds of skills into focus, throughout this land 
and abroad. The emphasis here is on the data 
educators call "software" and this is the stuff 
learning and understanding is made of. There is 
a growing plentitude of "hardware" now available 
and dimensions of screens span everyman's 8mm 
to larger-than-life 70mm images. 

But film Ls only material and projectors only 
machines until both carry ideas into men's minds. 



Number 1 





Volume 28 



BUSINESS SCREEN 

&oo/* and ^ec/mi^ueA f^ 'i^o*n*n€t*tica/uttt 

A Preview of 17th Annual Production Review Features 

A Commentary on This Year's Film Awards Programs 14 

National and International Awards Competition for Business Films 23 

Professional Organizations Serving Business cS: Industrial Film Users 37 

lEducational and Scientific Organizations in the Audiovisual Field 38 

International Trade Groups of Film Producers and Laboratories 46 

National & International Distributors of the Sponsored Film 53 

Audiovisual Programs Within the United States Government, begin on 65 

Expo 67 Preview: Canadian Kodak Features The Wonder of Photography . . 87 

The Production Review Listing of Specializing Film Writers, begin on 93 

Achievement in 66; The Year's Films, Technology and Audiences 115 

An "Open Forum" for the Industry's Film Writers 

Don't Let Your Scriptwriter Get Away! by Lowry Coe 103 

Some Notes on the Pursuit of Excellence, by Don Fri field 103 

On Limiting Your Writer's Creativity, by Paul Jensen 104 

The Perfect Film, a hope expressed by Benjamin S. Walker 104 

Put Another Sandbag on the Levee, Irving, by John Tatge 1 06 

These Fundamentals Can Help Get Results! by Ray T. Sperry 107 

Whatever Happened to the "Roaring Road"? asks Byron Morgan 107 

The Film Writer Is At His Best . . . When, by Harry Preston 108 

Idea: A Film Series to Help Our Cities, by William D. Ellis 110 

Getting More Benefits Out of the Writer, by Alexander Klein 112 

Criteria for the Successful Film Script, by John Bancroft 200 

The 1 7th Annual Listing of Specializing Producers 

Preface: The Film Buyer's Key to Results in the Medium 129 

Alphabetical Index to the Producer Listing Section, begin on page 130 

A Geographical Index to Producers in the U. S. and Canada 131 

1967 Listings of Specializing Film/Tape Producers, begin on page 133 

Business Screen International: Listings of Producers Abroad 189 

Representatives of the Film Manufacturers in the United States 199 

An Index to Advertisers in This 1 7th Annual Production Review 220 

Plus: The National Directory Of .Aldtovisl al Dealers 



Issue One, Volume Twenty-Eight of Business Screen Mogazine, published March, 1967. Issued 8 times 
onnually at six-week intervals ot 7064 Sheridan Rd., Chicago, III. 60626 by Business Screen Magazines. 
Inc. Phone BRiargate 4-8234-5. O, H. Coelln. Editor and Publisher. In New York: Robert Seymour, Eostern 
Monoger, 250 V^. 57th St., Phones; Circle 5-2969, JUdson 2-1957. In Los Angeles: H. I. Mitchell, 1450 
Lorain Road. San Morino, Calif. Phone; Cumberland 3-4394. Subscription S3 00 a year, S5,0O two years 
(domestic; $4,00 and $7,00 foreign. Second class postage paid at Chicago. Illinois and at additional 
mailing office. Entire contents copyrighted 1967 by Business Screen Mogozines, Inc. Trademark registered 
U.S. Patent Office. Address oil editoriol and subscription inquiries to the Chicago office of publication 




BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



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Niles and the live business show 




(Moving the message from boredom to excitement) 



The live business show can be the difference between boredom and 
excitement. 

In putting your message across. 

For example. Meadowgold (division of Beatrice Foods, Inc.) used 
a Niles produced show at a January, 1967 national sales meeting 
(photo top right I to excite 1,.500 of its sales personnel about new 
and existing products and programs. The show was an intercoupling 
of skits, speeches and slides, all of which were Niles produced and 
directed. 

For IGA ( Independent Grocers Alliance ). Niles produced an actual 
book musical comedy show (photo top lefti, complete with original 
music to stimulate enthusiasm among .5.000 dealers, and to show 
them why it's profitable to bepart of the IGA team. The show played 



three days in October. 1966 at Chicago's Arie Crown Theatre. 

For General Electric. Niles produced a clever show (photo bottom 
right , with only three cast members, that played to its general 
purpose control salesmen at meetings in Chicago. Philadelphia, 
Atlanta. Dallas and San Francisco, in February, 1967. 

For these three shows and many others. Niles handled the writing, 
the costuming, the sets, the original music, the lighting, and all the 
other elements that go into a live business show. 

And that includes writing executive speeches and coaching the 
speakers. 

And, where called for, slides, filmstrips and motion pictures. 

The Niles organization offers you a total communications service. 
And means it. 



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Television sold the kids. 




Moviematic sold the dealers. 



When Pillsbury* came out with a new powdered drink, 
they had to come up with a way to tell dealers about it. 

And what better way, they thought, than to show 
dealers the actual commercials that kids would see on 
network television? The kids, in turn, would do a "selling 
job" on Mom. 

So Pillsbury equipped their representatives with portable 
Kalart/Victor 16mm Moviematic Repeater Projectors, and 
dealers pre-viewed the commercials; in color, and with 
sound. 

How about what you're selling? Moviematic will help 
sell it better. Applications? Sales training programs, exhib- 
its, display use, at point-of-purchase sales . . . you name it. 

If you'd like to find out more about Moviematic, and 
about how you can buy it or lease it, look up your nearest 
Kalart/Victor dealer. Or write Kalart/Victor, Dept. 
M-37. Plainville. Conn. 06062 



right off the newsreel 



Nallonal A-V Convention Theme: 
"The Challenge (o Communicate" 

•k The theme of the 1967 National 
Audio-Visual Convention and E.x- 
hibit, to be held at the Palmer 
House in Chicago on July 15-18, is 
"The Challenge to Communicate." 

According to Frank Bangs, gen- 
eral chairman of the convention, 
"our world has experienced a tre- 
mendous explosion in both popu- 
lation and knowledge, creating a 
great "Challenge to Communicate" 
as our theme states. The audio- 
visual industry is meeting this chal- 
lenge in 1967." 

A larger attendance than last 
year's total of 4.000 members and 
guests who attended the NAVA 
convention in Washington. D. C, 
is expected in Chicago this year. • 

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Bailey Films, Inc., Los Angeles, 
Acquired by CBS/Columbia Group 

" CBS has acquired Bailey Films, 
Inc., of Los Angeles, producer of 
educational films and filmstrips, 
according to Goddard Lieberson, 
president of the CBS Columbia 
Group. The film company will op- 
erate as a unit of CBS" Educational 
Services Division under the super- 
vision of Norman A. Adler, vice- 
president and general manager of 
that activity. 

Albert Bailey, who established 
the business in 1938, will continue 
to direct Bailey Films as vice-pres- 
ident and general manager. The 



CBS Educational Services Division 
was formed in June, 1966. • 



Kodak Phases Out Magnetic Tape 
Manufacture, Marketing in U.S. 

it The Eastman Kodak Company 
is phasing out its magnetic tape 
business in the United States and 
will close off both manufacturing 
and marketing of tape in this coun- 
try, including audio and instru- 
mentation materials. An associate 
company in France. Kodak Pathe, 
will continue to manufacture and 
market magnetic tapes overseas. 

Magnetic striping of film by 
Kodak, well received since 1952, 
will not be atfeclcd. Much-needed 
manufacturing space that now be- 
comes available through the mag- 
netic tape shut-down will be uti- 
lized for film manufacturing. The 
phase-out will have no significant 
effect on Kodak's overall business 
since the volume of tape sales was 
considered relatively small. • 

* * * 

Film Producers Guild Appoints 
Buckland Smith to Head Interfiira 

/~ G. Buckland Smith has been ap- 
pointed managing director of Inter- 
film ( London ) Limited. Under his 
auspices, this company will con- 
duct the international relations of 
the Film Producers Guild. His 
headquarters are at Guild House, 
Upper St. Martins Lane, London. 
W. C. 2., England. • 




Hon. Paul .M.irtin. M. P., Canada's Secretar) of State for External Affairs, 

who rt'cciitly rcjfit-scntcd Itis countnj on tour of Eurojicait and Eastern bloc 
nations, iias presented with an official fihn .showing highlights of his trip 
by Invin Young (right), president of Dii Art Film Laboratories, Inc. at a 
ceremony in Ottawa. looking on is Hoy Tash (left), newsrcel manager of 
.\ssociatcd Screen hulnstries. Du .\rt's Montreal subsidiary. Tash accom- 
panied the Canadian official as oiw of his official cameramen on the tour. 



BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 




Another prize-winner by Audio 

rings the bell for the Long Lines 

Department of AT&T. 

"Now You're Talking", an unusual training film 

produced by Audio for the 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co., 

recently won the Silver Award 

at the N.Y. Film & TV Festival. 

We'd be happy to arrange 
a screening for you. May we? 

Audio 

PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

630 Ninth Avenue, New York N.Y. 10036 
(212) PLaza 7-0760 



17lh PRODl'CTION REVIEW 



P^VR 



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The Parthenon staff, as it embarks on t)ie making of new types of 
commnnication product, to be utih'zed in new and more effective 
wavs, wislies to express its sincere and heartfelt thanks to the men 
and women in our sponsors" organizations who ha\e worked with 
us o\er the >ears in making |jictures to wliich we can all look back 
with honest satisfaction: 



AMERICAN MEDICAL P.A.C. 

W'vatt lor Congress 
How to Stand Up 

and NOT Be C:ounted 
How llif Opinion Maker 

Makes Opinions 

AMERICAN OIL COMPANY 

LoN'e That Car 

Holiday lor Bands 

Schooled in Safety 

Shr Pnrrs Like a Kitten 

Happ)' Holidays . . . 
. . . Along the Potomac 
. . . Anwhere in Michigan 
... In the Land of Lincoln 

AMERICAN PETROLEUM 
INSTITUTE 

Three for Tomorrow 

AMERICAN TELEPHONE 
& TELEGRAPH COMPANY 

The Extra Step 
Slips and Falls 
Horizons Beyond 
May 1 Help Yon? 
Tools of Telephony 
An Answer for Linda 
Television in Education 

BANK OF AMERICA 

The File on Henry Rovall 

THE BORDEN COMPANY 

Hail the Heartv 

CARNATION COMPANY 

The Case of the 
Bewildered Bride 

MUTUAL AND UNITED 
OF OMAHA 

Two Cheers for Charlie 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 
OF RETAIL DRUGGISTS 

Bartlett and Son 

THE PLANNED PARENTHOOD 
FEDERATION 

Fair Chance 

The C^ostlv Crowd 



CONNECTICUT GENERAL 
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Outside That Envelope 

FORD MARKETING INSTITUTE 

Heavy (loing 
The Hardesty Case 
Love Thv Customer 

GENERAL DYNAMICS 

Locked On 

GENERAL TELEPHONE 
& ELECTRONICS CORP. 

In Touch With the Future 

HILTON HOTELS 

A Hotel Is Born 

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER 
COMPANY 

Collectors' Item 

Headline for Harper 

Man With a Thousand Hands 

KAISER ALUMINUM COMPANY 

The Ne.xt Ten 

Modern liasic Refractories 

MERRILL LYNCH, PIERCE. 
FENNER & SMITH 

Good Old Sam 

MOBIL OIL 

Fire and the Wheel 

STANDARD OIL OF INDIANA 

This Is Standard Oil 

U.S. INDEPENDENT 

TELEPHONE ASSOCIATION 

The Independent 
Everyhody Has Two Jobs 

THE UPJOHN COMPANY 

With CJare and Concern 
The Research Environment 
in Industry 



PARTHENON PICTURES 

Cap Palmer, Executive Producer 

2625 Temple Street, Los Angeles 90026 

(Area 213) 385-3911 



right off the 
newsreel: 

New York Film Producers Hold 
Grand Ball: Greet New Officers 

TVI hW Ol-FICIKS AND DiRtC lOUS 

-^ of the Film Producers Asso- 
ciation of New York were an- 
nounced at the association's first 
Grand Ball, held at the Plaza 
Hotel in New York on March 1 1. 

Elected for the 1967-S term 
were Thomas J. Dunford ( Pelican 
Films, Inc.), president; John Babb 
(F&B/Ceco, Inc.) vice-president; 
Lee Bobker (Vision Associates, 
Inc.). secretary; and Morris Beh- 
rend (WCD. Inc.). re-elected as 
treasurer. 

Mayor Receives FPA Plaque 

New York's Mayor John \' 
Lindsay received the FPA's Film 
Award from outgoing president 
Lou Mucciolo for "his magnificent 
efforts toward making New York 
an outstanding center for film pro- 
duction." A tumultous ovation 
greeted Lindsay from the capacity 
crowd of over 500 attending the 
ball as he accepted the handsome, 
hand-wrought bronze plaque. It 
was the first of its kind ever ex- 
tended any individual or associa- 
tion by the FPA. The award will 
now become an annual event. 

The Mayor was cited, according 
to executive director Harold Klein, 
for creating a one-stop location 
shooting permit procedure which 
provides greater availability of city 
buildings, schools, parks, etc. and 
for the agreement reached with 
local craft organizations which per- 
mits production of complete fea- 
tures under West Coast contract 
provisions. 

* * * 

Meet the FPA's New President 

Thomas J. Dunford. new presi- 
dent of the FPA, is president of 
Pelican Films, Inc., a leading pro- 
ducer of TV commercials and in- 
dustrial films, with offices in New 
York. Detroit and Hollywood. He 
has played an important role in 
industry activities for many years. 
Joe Dunford first c;mie under 
the spell of the photographic proc- 
ess while an undergraduate at 
Dartmouth. As a member of the 
staff of the Life-format Dart- 
mouth Pictorial, and its editor 
in his senior year, he found him- 
self so much interested in visual 
I communications that he deter- 
j mined to make it his career. 

Dunford joined The Jam Handy 

! Organization in Detroit in 1940, 

shortly after graduation, as a mo- 




Mayor Lindsay receives FPA award 
from pant president Lou Mucciolo 
at ceremonies during Grand Ball. 

tion picture script writer. He con- 
tinued in this post, generally 
branching into production work, 
on films for the Navy wartime 
training program until 1943. 

Active service in the Navy, still 
in the training film program, fol- 
lowed, until 1946, when he joined 
Transfilm, Inc.. in New York, as 
production manager of the slide- 
film department. By 1 95 1, he was 
general production manager. 

Organized Pelican in 19.54 

From 1951 to 1954, he was 
executive vice-president of Depicto 
Films, Inc., and then, with Jack 
Zander, organized Pelican Films, 
Inc., as an animation studio, in 
1954. In 1960. the company 
opened live action studios, and 
has been active in almost every 
phase of audio-visual communica- 
tions ever since. 

Outside of the office, Joe Dun- 
ford lives in Manhattan, and 
spends as many spare hours as he 
can get sailing and skiing. He was 
a member of the Dartmouth ski 
team, along with Olympic cham- 
pion, Dick Durrance. Durrance 
preceded him by one year as edi- 
tor of the Dartmouth Pictorial, is 
also a film producer, and both 
have cooperated on joint film pro- 
jects in recent years. 

Dunford has two sons, one with 
the State Department in Ecuador, 

Below: President-elect Joe Dun- 
ford i,s eon^ratidated by FPA's 
executive director Harold Klein. 




BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



GREAT ADVANCES IN FILM HISTORY- 1 



No. 493,426. 



T. A. EDISON. 

AFFABATDS FOB EXHIBITINO FH0T00BAFB3 OF UOVINO OBJECTS. Patented Mar. 14, 1893. 




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The present invention relates to apparatus for using photo- 
graphs which have been taken in rapid succession of an 
object in motion, by means of which a single composite 
picture is seen by the eye. said picture giving the impression 
that the object photographed is in actual and natural 
motion. 

Figure 1 is a plan view of the reproducing apparatus, the 
top of the inclosing case being removed. Fig. 2 is a rear 
view of the apparatus, the back of the case and the motor 
being removed and the frame being broken away to show 
some of the parts behind it. Fig. 3 is a sectional view show- 
ing the arrangement of reflector, light, film, &c. 




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These diacams and excerpts are Irom reproductions ot the original patent application in the Kemp R. Niver collection. 



WHERE GREAT ADVANCES IN TODAY'S FILM INDUSTRY BECOME A REALITY 

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I PA ELECTS DUNFOKD: 

(CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT) 

and the other a student at Cornell. 
Joe Dunford behevcs that the 
FPA will take more positive steps 
this year to serve the whole film 
industry, members and non-mem- 
bers alike. FPA's Exeeutive Sec- 
retary, Harold Klein, has recently 
been in Los Angeles talking to 
producers there about mutual 
problems, with the idea that many 
of the West Coast producers' in- 
terests are beginning to merge with 
those of their New York counter- 
parts. 

Many Interests Represented 

The FPA track record is ex- 
cellent, Dunford thinks, in rep- 
resenting the varied interests of so 
many producers, equipment sup- 
pliers and service houses of wide- 
ly differing size. There is a lot of 
ego in the film industry, he rec- 
ognizes — a constant splitting-up 
and re-grouping of talent — but 
FPA has managed very well to 
present a stable viewpoint, and to 
serve as a steadying influence on 
the entire industry. 

Dunford hopes the FPA will be 
able to carry the favorable climate 
brought about by Mayor Lind- 
say's proposals to create more fea- 
ture film production in New York 
into the industrial and TV com- 
mercial fields. While there will al- 
ways be a lot of hollering back and 
forth in relations between the pro- 
ducers and the craft unions, ac- 
tually, both sides are cooperating 
very well. • 

* * * 

Cinema Arts & Sciences Society 
Re-Elects Gindhart as President 

is The Society of Cinema Arts & 
Sciences, serving filmakers in the 
Delaware Valley area from head- 
quarters in Philadelphia, Pa., has 
re-elected Charles T. Gindhart, Jr. 
as its president for the 1967-68 
term. Gindhart is a cinematograph- 
er at WCAU-TV. 

Paul A. Litecky, free-lance writ- 
er and producer, is the new execu- 
tive vice-president of the Society 
and Donald Matticks, motion pic- 
ture and television director at 
WCAU-TV, was elected vice-presi- 
dent for programs. Jacques Van 
Vlack, Behavior Film producer at 
Eastern Pennsylvania Psychiatric 
Institute is secretary and Martin 
Eagan, supervisor of the motion 
picture division at the Naval Air 
Engineering Center, Philadelphia 
Naval Base, will serve as treasurer 
in the year ahead. 

Leon S. Rhodes heads a research 
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mote film production facilities and 
talent available in this area. 

Sustaining members include Cal- 
vin Cinequip, Inc., O. H. Hirt. 
Inc., Riverside Laboratories, Tel 
Ra Productions (in Philadelphia) 
and WRS Motion Picture Labora- 
tories of Pittsburgh. • 
* * * 

Costel Grozea Joins Berkey Video 
as Head of Special Effects Dept. 

"> Heading up the Special Effects 
Department at Berkey Video Serv- 
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leading authority in that field. The 
firm, recently formed as one of the 
Berkey companies in New York, 
includes Coastal Film Services, 
L + L Eastern Effects and Tech- 
nical Film Laboratories. 

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* ;;= -* 

PSA to Hold 58th Film Festival; 
Accepting Sponsored Film Entries 

- The Motion Picture Division of 
the Photographic Society of Amer- 
ica is including business-sponsored 
motion pictures for awards honors 
at its 3Kth Annual PSA-MPD In- 
ternational Film Festival to be held 
in Seattle, Washington, on August 
1-5. 

Entry forms may be obtained 
for "Class C" entries from George 
W. Cushnian, chairman, at P. O. 
Box 4034, Long Beach, California 
90804. Pre-screening of this com- 
mercial class will be held in Los 
Angeles on May 20-June 17th. • 

* * * 

Barton Resigns Commission Post 
to Form Own Company in Florida 

■ik Peter J. Barton, director of the 
Motion Picture Production Depart- 
ment of the Florida Development 
Commission, has resigned that post 
to form his own film production 
company. He has established of- 
fices in Miami and Tallahassee. 
Florida. 

Since the Development Commis- 
sion's film program was established 
in 1962 to service television sta- 
tions throughout the world with 
films on Florida subjects. Barton 
has produced more than 250 short 
subjects, travel and documentary 
films. His latest production. Hotel 
Beach I'arry. was a 10-minute sub- 
ject filmed in Miami Beach to help 
promote the world press premiere 
of the Warner Bros, film. Hotel. 
The picture is being used to pro- 
mote showings of that feature. • 




Going-Away Present: Peter Burton, 
i riglit ) reeenllij ri signed head of 
motion pictures at the Florida De- 
veloinncnt Conimixsion, receives u 
gold -inscribed film shipping case 
from Commission chairman. C. Wil- 
liam Beaufort, citing Bartons "out- 
standing eimtrihution to the .state's 
extcn.'iicc promotional film program. 

No Change in Top Management as 
Cineffects Announces Acquisition 

-' Cineffects, Inc., a New York 
optical and animation company 
since 1939, has been acquired by 
Income Properties, Inc., a public 
company primarily engaged in real 
estate. 

There will be no change in per- 
sonnel or management, with Irv- 
ing Hecht continuing as president 
and Robert Pittiuck and Jack 
Present as vice-presidents. • 

* * * 

Jerry Kaufman to Pelican, N.Y. 
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as a director cameraman at Peli- 
can Productions, New York. 

Kaufman, who has directed 
commercials for such advertisers 
as Chemstrand. Eastman Kodak. 
Radio Free Europe and Milev 
Laboratories, began his motion 
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Freedoms Foundation Honors Filmed Media 

Ge<>r!'«- W ashiiifitoii M««lals lo Coronet Films ainl Flkk-Reedy 



A Commentary on This Year's Film Awards 

Signifiranc-e of Awards Honors Depends on Who Judges Films; 
Production Review Pages Provide Perspective on *67 Events 



r'lLM Awards Pages in this IVtii 
*- Annual Production Review 
provide most of the festival data 
sought by prospective entrants, es- 
pecially of worthy business and in- 
dustrial-sponsored motion pictures, 
slidefilms and filmstrips. 

There are some notable excep- 
tions. Because we pride ourselves 
on being good reporters, as well as 
industry standard-bearers, there is 
news in these pages of festival com- 
petition in Chicago and New York 
which we do not cover in these de- 
tailed listings. Data on another tra- 
ditional event, the San Francisco 
International Film Festival, was 
unavailable for coverage in these 
Awards' data pages because of in- 
complete dates. Sponsored by the 
Greater San Francisco Chamber of 
Commerce, we are sure that it will 
continue to include a "Film as 
Communication" section. Watch 
for news in future issues. 

CINE Serves Festivals Abroad 
As for the international festival 
scene. U. S. participation is largely 
served by the tireless efforts of a 
national co-ordinating group: the 
Council on International Nonthe- 
atrical Events. CINE jurors are 
now regionally screening films for 
1967 festival competition around 
the world. 

We emphasize in these pages 
that honors received from such 
notable groups as the National 
Committee on Films for Safety, the 
Freedoms Foundation, Farm Film 
Foundation and such experienced 
user groups as those who judge 
films for the Columbus Film Festi- 
val, the Educational Film Library 
Association, the Industry Film 



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Producers and the National Visual 
Presentation Association, are most 
deserving of participation and of 
industry support. 

We Don't Play "Awards" Game 
This publication has never de- 
meaned its neutral position by be- 
coming a promotion-minded spon- 
sor of such film awards. Instead. 
we serve and are served by the 
groups mentioned, contributing 
funds and time to work for CINE 
and others. We admit to a few 
misgivings — among them antipathy 
toward film festivals primarily ori- 
ented to theatrical entertainment 
motion pictures which happen to 
""include" the factual film as a 
sideshow attraction. And we urge 
private sponsors of film awards 
programs to seek out group spon- 
sorship — to engage and announce 
the services of known judges be- 
fore seeking entries from the field. 
* * * 

i; Active participation in the Eu- 
ropean-sponsored International In- 
dustrial Film Festivals has proven 
to us that (a) the industrial film is 
a medium of itself, deserving of full 
and expert attention and ( b ) that 
such an event can attract hundreds 
of top-level sponsor executives and 
has repeatedly captured the atten- 
tion of press representatives from 
throughout the European continent 
and England to its annual events. 



PRINCIPAL Awards of the Free- 
doms Foundation 1 8th annual 
competition for "outstanding 
achievement in bringing about a 
better understanding of the Ameri- 
can Way of Life" were presented 
on February 22nd to the Flick- 
Reedy Corporation, of Bensenville, 
Illinois, and to Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films, of Chicago. Both re- 
ceived encased George Washington 
Honor Medals of the Valley Forge. 
Pennsylvania organization. 

The Flick-Reedy award was 
given for its sponsored educational 
filmstrip series. Two Worlds, which 
""demonstrates the vigorous strug- 
gle between freedom and commu- 
nism, contrasting the ideals and 
results of these divergent philoso- 
phies." Coronet's honor medal, the 
principal motion picture award for 
1966 productions, was based on 
its educational film. What Our Flag 
Means. The citation noted that the 
picture "instills patriotism in chil- 
dren at an early age when they are 
most impressionable by explaining 
the significance of the American 
Flag, the rules for honoring it and 
the pride in being an American 
citizen." 

Bell System Film Is Honored 
A George Washington honor 
medal in the motion picture group 
was also bestowed on the Bel! Tele- 
phone System for Salute to Vet- 
erans' Day and a similar honor 
went to Prestige Productions of 
Hollywood and the U. S. Depart- 
ment of Defense for the film. Our 
Heritage. The National Education 
Program. Searcy. Ark., was cited 
for Communism and Religion. 

Honor certificate awards were 
shared by Lockheed-Georgia Com- 
pany. Marietta, Ga., and the Acad- 
emy of Applied Science, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., for Wings at Work: 
by the Illinois Bell Telephone 
Company, Chicago, 111., for the 
film, Illinois Sings: and by the 
Reynolds Metals Company. Rich- 
mond, Va., for To Reach the 
Dawn. 

November Deadline for 1967 
Entries for the 1967 awards, to 
be presented on Washington's 
Birthday. 1968. will close in No- 




vember. See data in the Film 

Awards Section of this .Annual 

Production Review issue. • 

* * * 

Visual Presentation Association 
to Sponsor 14th "Days of Visuals" 

7r The National Visual Presenta- 
tion Association will hold its 14th 
annual ""Days of Visuals" on June 
1 and 2 at the Statler Hilton Hotel 
in New York City. Entries for that 
organization's film competition will 
close on May 2nd. 

Awards will be given in 14 clas- 
sifications with separate categories 
for motion pictures and filmstrips 
or sound slidefilm programs. Sub- 
ject areas range from sponsored 
documentary, public relations, 
sports, recruitment films to profes- 
sional medical and pharmaceutical 
and general public welfare titles. 
Travel, employee relations, train- 
ing (both workers and salesmen), 
industrial sales and promotion, in- 
troductory presentations and con- 
sumer sales and promotion are 
other categories in which films and 
filmstrips will be judged. 

F. P. Weldon and Joseph Elkins 
are co-chairmen of the NVPA 
Awards Program; entry forms may 
be obtained from NVPA Awards 
Chairmen. 333 North Michigan 
Avenue. Chicago. Illinois 60601. 
The annual awards ceremonies will 
be held at the Statler Hilton in 

Manhattan on June I. • 

* ^= * 

5th Int'I Labour Film Festival at 
Montreal from August 1 1 to 1 5th 

tV The Fifth International Labour 
Film Festival, sponsored by the 
International Labour Film Insti- 
tute in Brussels, Belgium, will be 
held during Expo 67 in Montreal 
from August II to 15 this year. 

The Institute organizes a festival 
of this kind every three years to 
"display cinematographic works 
made in the world of free labor 
and to show films on social and 
trade union subjects of interest to 
workers' organizations." The film 
festival immediately precedes the 
First World Conference of the In- 
ternational Confederation of Free 
Trade Unions on Education in t'ne 
Trade Union Movement, which 
also takes place in Montreal (on 
August 16-26th). 

Round table discussions on the 
"Role and Utilization of Audio- 
Visual Aids in the Developing 
Countries" will be open to the 
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'- will receive the British Indus- 
trial Film Awards for 1967 will 
be made at the Shell Centre The- 
atre. Soulhbank, London. S. E. 1. 
on June 13-14. In announcing the 
competition, which is organized 
annually under the auspices of the 
Confederation of British Industry, 
the executive committee of the 
awards program disclosed the?c 
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1. The program provides an op- 
portunity to view industrial activ- 
ities and recent progress made in 
production, research and manage- 
ment. 

2. Films shown in competition 
help explain the position of indus- 
try in a free society and its attend- 
ant social problems. 

3. The competition stimulates 
production of industrial films of 
the highest standard; providing na- 
tional awards for Britain's best of 
this type. A special award is also 
made for the film "best calculated 
to promote British exports." 

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4. The final goal of the Awards 
program is to select British entries 
for the Eighth International Indus- 
trial Film Festival, scheduled to be 
held in Lisbon, Portugal, on Sep- 
tember 5-10, 1967. under the aus- 
pices of the Council of European 
Industrial Federations. 

Films completed since October 
11, 1965, may be entered in the 
seven principal categories of com- 
petition. Juries will include execu- 
tives representing principal spon- 
sors and users of industrial films. 
An invitation has been extended 
to Britain's Federation of Special- 
ized Film Associations to nominate 
representatives of film production 
companies to serve on these panels. 

Up to 20 awards will be pre- 
sented to successful entrants. From 
these, the 1 5 films which represent 
Britain at Lisbon in September will 
be chosen. 

Themes of Special Meetings 

To give delegates every opportu- 
nity to discuss the latest techniques 
and methods of production and 
their related problems, four dis- 
cussion groups have been an- 
nounced in conjunction with the 
screenings. Themes of these special 
meetings are as follows: 

1. The Film and Industrial 
Training; 2. Cost Effectiveness and 
the Industrial Film; 3. The Film in 
Industrial Health and Safety; and 
4. Speak Up for Britain — the Na- 
tional and Industrial Image. • 



Entries Accepted to April 22nd 
for the I4lh Inl'l Ad Film Festival 

'-: Final deadline for screen adver- 
tising and television commercial 
films scheduled to compete at the 
I4th International Advertising 
Film Festival in Cannes, France, 
on June 14-19, has been extended 
to April 22nd. U. S. entries for 
this specialized film competition 
are being accepted by Movie- 
record. Inc., the member represen- 
tative in this country of the Screen 
Advertising World Association, 
sponsors of the event. Inquiries and 
entries should be directed to 
Movierecord at 845 Third Avenue 
in New York City. Their telephone 
number is (212) PL 1-6233. 

Theater screen ad films and tele- 
vision commercials from more than 
30 countries, including Malaysia, 
India and Japan, as well as most 
European countries and Latin- 
America, are shown at this festival. 
The Screen Advertising World As- 
sociation (producing companies 
specializing in these media) cur- 
rently has 50 members. Jean 
Mineur. director-general of Publi- 
cite Pathe Cinema-Jean Mineur, is 
president of SAW A; vice-presi- 
dents are Pax Moren, of Filmlets 
(S.A.) Ltd. and Per Onner of 
ab Filmkontakt, SF - Sandrews. 
Sweden. 

Entries for both Cinema and 
Television film groups will now be 
judged under product categories at 
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Pollock Becomes Board Chairman: 
Arnold Kaiser, President of MPO 

%? The election of Judd L. Pollock 
as chairman of the board and 
Arnold Kaiser, as president, has 
been announced by MPO Video- 
tronics. Inc. The board of directors 
of that national tllni company, 
which headquarters in New York, 
also announced the election of 
the company's treasurer, Sanford 
Greenberg, to the board. 

Judd Pollock, who now assumes 
the previously unoccupied post as 
chairman of MPO, has served as 
president since 1947. He was one 
of the founders of the television 
commercial and industrial film 
company. Mr. Kaiser, formerly 
sales and production vice-presi- 
dent, joined the firm in 1950. • 
* * * 

Rev Edward Eagle Assumes Post 
as President of Cathedral Films 

•k A 36-year-old former stage, film 
and television actor and director in 
New York and Chicago, the Rev. 
Edward D. Eagle, has resigned as 
minister of St. David's Episcopal 
Church in North Hollywood, Cali- 
fornia, to become president of Ca- 
thedral Films, Inc.. of Burbank. 
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two children. • 

* « » 

ColorTran Names Charles Lipow 
Vice-President for Sales and Adv. 

•-> The appointment of Charles 
Lipow as vice-president of Color- 
Tran Industries, Inc., Burbank, 
California, has been announced by 
president Milton Forman. Lipow's 
duties in the Berkcy Photo Com- 
pany subsidiary cover general su- 



Judd L. Pollock, Chairman of the 
Board at MPO Vidcotronics, Inc. 



Arnold Kaiser, newly-elected presi- 
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It was founded in 1938 by the late 
Dr. James K. Friedrich, also an 
Episcopal clergyman. George Bag- 
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Citing the scope of Cathedral's 
influence throughout the U.S. and 
abroad, the new president esti- 
mated that approximately 6 mil- 
lion people view the company films 
and filmstrips every week. He 
noted that every effort will be made 
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NUMBER FIVE IN A SERIES 



WHAT PRICE 8MM ! For years, educators have been patiently 
waiting for our industry to develop a low-cost sound motion picture 
system tor use in the expanding audio-visual field. 

Prerequisites of such a system arc: A small, lightweight, and compara- 
tively inexpensive sound projector, so designed that any school child 
can operate it. It must require practically no maintenance. The picture 
must be bright, sharp, of good contrast and color. The sound must be 
distinct, intelligible and tree from distortion. (Any deficiency in pic- 
ture or sound would make our youngsters conscious of the medium 
and distract from the subject matter.) Print cost must be low. Prints 
must be packaged in inexpensive magazines to eliminate handling and 
threading. Magazines must be easy to catalog, file and shelve. 

Because of the print cost factor, attention focused on amateur 8mm 
silent film. One-half as wide as 16mm, and running at one-half the 
linear speed, everyone concluded that prints would sell at one-quarter 
the price of 16mm. 

Optical sound normally employed in motion pictures unfortunately 
could not be used on amateur 8mm film because there was insuffi- 
cient space to accommodate it, so a magnetic stripe vvas applied to the 
narrow edge of the film. The major objection to this 8mm format is 
that recording on pre- or post-striped material makes it too expensive. 

I once saw a bill from a lab for ten 8mm color positive magnetic sound 
prints in this format — 66 feet each at $.10 per foot. Each print cost 
$6.60. The same print in 16mm with optical sound track would amount 
to 132 feet at S.076, totaling $10.03. 8mm with magnetic sound does 
not meet our objective of one-quarter the 16mm price. It isn't even 
one-half! In addition to the S6.60 for the print, the magazine cost 
$11.20, mounting $.50, print waxing $2.00, totaling $20.30. Would you 
believe — 8mm at twice the price of 16mm ! Both magnetic sound and 
magazine costs put us out of the ballpark. Incidentally, about seven 
years ago, Eastman Kodak introduced a magnetic sound projector 
using this format, without magazine. It didn't sell because 8mm mag- 
netic sound was too expensive for the amateur, as well as the educa- 
tor. This format still has some limited use in sales presentations on 
portable projectors where price is not a major factor. 

A very clever engineer and pioneer in our industry had the idea that if 
the width of 8mm perforations were reduced there would be enough 
room to put an optical track on the sprocket side of the film. This pro- 
posal was made by John Maurer and called the "M-8" format. Maurer 
also suggested that new dimensions be adopted, increasing the picture 
area 20Vr over the old silent picture. To cut costs, multirank printing 
and processing seemed desirable — that is — two 8's side-by-side on 
16mm, or four on 35mm. Maurer's reduction in perforation width in 
no way prevents printing and processing multirank prints on slightly 
modified 16 or 35/32 laboratory equipment. 

Another way of reducing cost would be to use a photocell that reads 
dye track in our 8mm projector. This will eliminate the very critical 
track application that often results in costly reprints. 

Incidentally, there are two types of processing machines. The more 
dependable in my opinion is the "sprocket drive" where the perfora- 
tions of the film are engaged on sprocket teeth to transport the film. 
The other type is friction or "tendency drive" where film is trans- 
ported on rollers by friction. I have often wondered if this machine 
was so named because of its "tendency" to scratch the base side of 
the film. Film with our Maurer format can be physically processed on 
the tendency machine without change, but slight modifications of the 
teeth on the sprocket machine might be necessary. 

After processing, o.ur multirank 8mm pictures would be inspected on 
high speed projectors, then slit into 8mm sections. Now the laboratory 
slit edge will be the projector guide edge, so any inaccuracy in slitting 
will cause weave and unsteadiness on the screen. This is one of the 



problems with the multirank technique. To cut cost, our inspection 
must be done before slitting, so weave unfortunately cannot be de- 
tected. 

Should 8mm release be printed by reduction or contact? Reduction 
printing is slower, more expensive — but better. Today's negative emul- 
sions are not good enough to make optimum 8mm contact prints. Ail 
8mm prints have poor definition. It's only a matter of 'how poor' can 
you tolerate. The fact that you are buying 8mm, or considering it, indi- 
cates you are more price conscious than quality conscious. To achieve 
the lowest price, contact printing both picture and track is a must . 

The multirank 8mm printing negative used in contact printing is made 
by printing down one side of the film and up the other side. But how 
do we make a timing change when the scene to be corrected is never 
opposite the same scene in the other rows? So, we have to make our 
multirank negative with all rows of 8mm images going in the same 
direction. Final corrections can now be made in the release without re- 
making the expensive negative. This procedure also simplifies syncing 
track with picture. 

All these problems were being discussed in 1960 and '61. Unfortu- 
nately at the beginning, Maurer's optical sound left something to be 
desired quality-wise. In the Summer of 1961, I heard our own experi- 
mental direct positive 8mm optical sound and was impressed. 1 also 
heard our own 8mm contact print and was surprised how good it was. 

1 knew then that our industry was on the right track and would soon 
have something to offer the educational market. 

Now, most of the problems were solved, and the rest would be ironed 
out with experience. So — the show is about to go on the road ! 

But wait ! Hold everything ! Another 8mm format was being discussed. 
It was designed to make the picture 50% larger than the old silent 
film, and because there was very little space, it was to have a magnetic 
track. This is called "Super-8". This film is also 8mm in width, but in 
order to make the picture larger, the perfs were made smaller and 
placed very close to the edge of the film. In addition, the distance be- 
tween the perforations was increased. This, of course, increased the 
length of the film by about lOVf, which automatically meant 10'.' 
increased costs. 

Because there will be no professional shooting in 8mm, how do we 
get the 8mm images on the multirank contact printing negative? Ob- 
viously, by optical reduction from 16mm. Therefore, it is desirable to 
have a simple ratio for both speed and picture dimensions between 
16mm and 8mm film. The ratio of the total width of 16 to 8 is 2 to 1. 
The height and width of M-8 projected picture is 507f of 16mm di- 
mensions. Super-8 picture is approximately 559c of 16mm. Both 8mm 
formats have the same picture proportions, but Maurer's is a direct 

2 to 1 reduction, while Super-8 is 1.818-h to 1. The speed of 16mni 
film is precisely 36 feet a minute. The ratio of 16mm speed to M-Ji 
speed is also an exact 2 to 1, or 18 feet a minute on the nose. Thi 
speed ratio of 16mm to Super-8 is a complex figure of 1.799640072 t' ■ 
1. This results in an unorthodox speed of 20.004 feet a minute. It bi 
comes a little complicated! 

The location of the small sprocket hole is so close to the edge that 
there is great concern whether this film will actually wear well. As .* 
matter of fact, the engineers who designed the format must ha\< 
recognized this weakness. Splices are always made at the frame lint 
and always involve the area around the perforation. The perf in thi^ 
Super-8 format, being so close to the edge, would be susceptible to 
serious damage by splicing. So the small perf was moved from ihv 
frame line to a new position on the edge of the film opposite the 
middle of the picture vertically. But why was the perf extended intu 
the printed picture area! All labs have experienced difficulty in print- 
ing film shot with certain cameras that have the picture aperture run- 
ning into the perforation. There is always the possibility of picking up 
'flare' because the film base acts like a lucite rod and carries light to 



the edges of the perforation, causing a fogged area. 1 predict there will 
be problems with certain types of scenes when contact printed in 
Super-8. 

Why would magnetic sound ever be adopted in preference to optical 
on any 8mm format? (Incidentally, I just learned that a well known 
lab is putting optical sound on Super-8. This is a step in the right direc- 
tion.) Magnetic projectors cost less than optical, but the slight addi- 
tional cost for an optical system is well justified and does not upset 
our goal for an inexpensive projector. The magnetic balance stripe on 
the edge of the film offers protection to this fragile area and sup- 
posedly increases the life of the print. I disagree with the idea that we 
should use a more expensive pre-stripcd magnetic raw stock to cover 
up weaknesses in the film dimensions. Pre-striped magnetic material 
certainly costs more to manufacture, but many in the industry think it 
might be offered at the same price as unstriped raw stock. If the mar- 
gin of profit is large enough to absorb the additional expensive pre- 
stripping operation, then there certainly should be a reduction in the 
price of film stock that is not pre-striped. 

To avoid a separate magnetic recording operation, the natural ap- 
proach would be to record the sound at the same time the picture is 
printed. But this requires a complicated printer and extra cost. More 
Important, increased labor costs, because in addition to our printer 
operator, we probably will have to add a recording technician or two. 

Is 8mm magnetic track better quality than 8mm optical? No ! However, 
a poor 8mm magnetic track may be better than a poor 8mm optical 
track, but if they are both good, I doubt if you can tell the difference. 
Magnetic or optical sound tracks located on the sprocket edge of the 
film will not deliver optimum sound quality and are susceptible to 
Injury. 

Claims have been made that magnetic track is ideal for teaching be- 
cause it enables the student or teacher to change the track. It seems 
to mc this is one thing that no one should ever be able to do. Thou- 
sands of dollars were put into this track and if it doesn't fit the school 
program, why buy the film. If a school projector has provision for 
erasing and recording, I shudder to think what will be on some of the 
tracks in the high school grades — accidentally or otherwise. And what 
about the destructive child loose in the library with a magnet ! 

Now, if the industry accepts this super-duper 8 with the unorthodox 
perforations, pitch and speed — a lab must purchase a lot of new 
equipment. Printers, processing machines, splicers, inspection projec- 
tors, synchronizers, slitters, etc. An investment of at least a half million 
dollars. This doesn't help bring prices down. 

The small perfs used in Super-8, which do not fit existing sprocket 
machines, are very susceptible to damage. It is not recommended that 
these perls be used to transport the film in the printing and processing 
operations because any slight injury to the perfs would cause an un- 
steady picture. Consideration has been given by some labs to the idea 
of printing three 8mm images (instead of four) on 35mm film perfo- 
rated for Supcr-8, but with the edge of the film perforated with either 
standard 35 perfs or 16 perfs for the 35/32 machines. These perfs used 
for film transport will not be used in the final product. Our processed 
film will be slit into three useable 8mm sections, a total of 24mm. We 
throw away 11mm of finished film which represents almost one-half 
the amount we sell ! What a way to reduce price I 

One important fact that we haven't discussed is the distributor's cost 
problem. Everything else being equal, his overhead and administrative 
costs are the same to sell an 8mm print as a 16mm print. Rent, salaries, 
phone, advertising, promotion, won't change a bit. So will a distributor 
cut his price, unless he achieves tremendous volume? 

If release requirements ever reach the astronomical figures that are 
being bandied about, isn't it possible that the industry could sharpen 
its perKil and offer 16mm release prints at prices fairly competitive to 



byroi 



the over-priced 8mm. Why not lake a new look at the existing 16mm 
market. There has been nothing radically new in 16mm projector de- 
sign for years. Why don't we have an inexpensive, portable, magazine 
load 16mm projector with a photocell that reads dye track? Are the 
manufacturers so complacent they think there is no room for im- 
provement? 

Labs have recently received notice of a new special color stock with 
finer grain, greater definition, and better resolution that will be manu- 
factured for use in printing 8mm only. Is this an admission thatSuper-8, 
and perhaps all 8, needs improving? And why limit this improvement 
to 8? If the industry knows how to make a better film, make it avail- 
able for 16mm, 35mm and 70mm ! 

How was this Super-8 conceived? .My obser\ation is: to pep up a stag- 
nant still camera market, a film manufacturer designed a small camera, 
extremely easy to operate, that loads instantly, with a simple maga- 
zine. The sales promotion was so successful the company now looked 
at the sluggish home movie market and decided to apply the same 
technique. 8mm movie cameras were being designed with the same 
features. Then the big decision — start from scratch. Forget the old 
equipment in the field and make a whole new line of equipment, 
cameras and projectors, based on a new film concept. So, Super-8 was 
born ! Now our merchandisers must have looked at the educational 
market, and thought — "Why not kill two birds with one stone" — apply 
the same Super-8 format to the educational market. 

Super-8 is by no means an accident. It is the result of a well-planned 
design and merchandising program for the home movie maker. 5uper-8 
may be super' for the amateur, but dont-force-it-down-the-profes- 
sional's-throat. Incidentally, I differentiate between amateur and pro- 
fessional: the professional projects prints — the amateur projects his 
original . 

Since the Super-8 format was introduced, the industry has been mark- 
ing time — afraid to piake a decision which format to adopt — afraid to 
fight city hall — afraid to invest money in new equipment that may be 
junked tomorrow. Because of Super-8, aM 8mm has been standing still. 
To help the situation a film manufacturer is installing a model Super-8 
release laboratory in the hope they can teach us 'how to do it.' On 
September 26, 1964, when the industry was trying to learn how to do 
it,' The Association of Cinema Laboratories met at the Commodore 
Hotel in New York to discuss 8mm problems. Representatives from all 
related fields were invited to this forum. This same film manufacturer 
received and accepted an invitation to participate, but no one showed 
up. However, two days later at the same hotel, at a meeting of the 
Laboratory Practice Committee of the Society of Motion Picture and 
Television Engineers, seven representatives of this film manufacturer 
were in attendance. A 16-page document covering all facets of the 
Supcr-8 system was submitted for consideration as proposed American 
Standards. A request was made (or early adoption even though "the 
system had received no market place acceptance." 

Has too much water gone over the dam, or is there still lime to stop 
and take a final look before we leap? If we have passed the point of 
no return, why not accept the Maurer concept with an optical dye 
track as the most sensible, practical and economic solution. All labs 
can be in 8mm with a minimum of delay and expense. Prints with 
this format will come closest to our target of one-quarter the price 
of 16mm. 

You might conclude that I am opposed to all 8mm. Not entirely. I do 
not believe that any 8mm is Rood enough for class viewing . I do be- 
lieve that any 8mm is perfectly satisfactory for the single concept film 
for close-up viewing on small screens. If 8mm can be made and sold 
at greatly reduced prices, and we can open up a whole new market 
for the educators — I am for it! But if it fouls up a good 16mm market 
that already exists — with an inferior product — at vcr>' httle saving — 
I am against it! •-. 





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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



AWARDS COMPETITION FOR BUSINESS FILMS 



THE AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL 

Sponsored by the Educational 
Film Library Association 
New York City May 10-13, 1967 
■^ The 1967 American Film Festival, spon- 
sored by the Educational Film Library Asso- 
ciation, representing school, university and 
public libraries, and film libraries throughout 
the U.S. will be held May 10-13 at the^Bilt- 
more Hotel, New York City. 

Categories: 32 major areas of education and 
information, art and culture, religion and 
ethics, business and industry, and health and 
medicine will be offered for final judging by 
screening groups during the Festival. Elections 
will have been made by pre-screening juries 
for final entries. 

Awards: Blue Ribbon (certificate) Awards 
to be presented at banquet, Friday, May 12. 
Entries closed on January 27, 1967. 

1968 Festival: May 29-June 1. Closing date 
for entries: January 27, 1968. 

THE SEVENTH ANNUAL FILM FESTIVAL 

AMERICAN PERSONNEL & GUIDANCE 

ASSOCIATION 

Held in conjunction with the Annual 
APGA Convention at Detroit, Michigan, 
April 8-n, 1968 
Categories: Films and filmstrips in the fol- 
lowing categories will be presented: Inter- 
Personal Relations; Educational and Career 
Planning, Rehabilitation; Counseling; The 
Profession, Principles and Techniques; and 
Guidance Films from other countries. 

Selection: All films and filmstrips presented 
at the Film Festival arc previewed before the 
final in\itation to the producer. Generally 15 
to 100 films are previewed, and 25 to 30 are 
chosen. Selection is aimed to provide as wide 
a program as possible. 

Information: Further information about 
APGA Film Festivals is available from Film 
Festival Coordinator, 1609 New Hampshire 
Avenue, N. W., Washington, D.C. 20009. • 




National Program.s 
for the Selection of 
Outstanding Pictures 



THE 1STH ANNUAL COLUMBUS 
FILM FESTIVAL AND AWARDS 

Sponsored by the 

Film Council of Greater Columbus 

in association with the 

Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce 

.\wards Scrcciiinj; ( for General Public ) at 
Center of Science and Industry Auditorium, 
280 East Broad St., Columbus, Ohio, from 
I to .5 p.m. 

Chris .\wards Ran(|ui't: Kridav evening, 
October 6, at the Fort Hayes Hotel. 

Entries: Film producers and sponsors are in- 
vited to enter motion pictures and filmstrips 
produced in 196.'>, 1966 and 1967 provided 
they have not been previously submitted to 



any Columbus Film Festival. Entries (in the 
categories enumerated below) must be ac- 
companied by 4x6 cards (for preview commit- 
tees) noting type of audience intended. 

Films are judged by professionals in the 
various fields. Entry fee for all motion pictures, 
regardless of length, (no filmstrips accepted 
this year) is $\5. Entries will be accepted be- 
ginning March 1, 1967 and closing date is Au- 
gust 1, 1967 at 5 p.m. E.S.T. Each print 
should be made available for judging for at 
least one month or longer. If less time is avail- 
able, the category chairman should be so in- 
formed. This year no film will be accepted 
after the closing date for entries, August 1. 

Categories & Chairmen: (Motion pictures 
should be shipped directly to the following:) 
Business & Industry (job training; sales pro- 
motion; industrial relations; public relations; 
Gaivy Cordon. Cohtmbus Public Library, 96 
S. Gram Ave.. Columbus. Ohio 43215: In- 
formation and Education (classroom instruc- 
tional films; specialized instructional; general 
information), Glenn S. Biilner. 804 Dim.ion 
Drive Ea.st, Columhu.s, Ohio: Health & Mental 
Health (health & hygiene; mental health; gen- 
eral medicine; professional medicine; dental), 
Florence L. Fogle. Assoc. Professor of Health 
Education, Ohio Stale University, 321 W. 
\lth St.. Columbus. Ohio 43210; Travel U.S. 
& Foreign. Daniel F. Prugh, Film Council of 
Greater Columhus. 280 East Broad St., Co- 
lumbus 43215 Ohio. Religious Films, Miss 
Delores Sherwood. Augsburg Publishing House. 
Audio Visual Depl.. 57 F. Main St.. Colum- 
bus 43215, Ohio; Cultural and Theater Arts; 
.9. A'. Hallock. Center oj Science & Industry, 
280 E. Broad St.. Columhus 43215, Ohio, 

Awards: This is the 1 0th year of the Chris 
Statuette Awards, presented to the outstanding 
films in each category. Films receiving the 
Chris Statuette must be voted "best in photog- 
raphy, story value, and technical aspects of 
production." Chris Certificate Awards are 
given to motion pictures considered "finalists" 
but not receiving the statuette award. 

For Entry Blanks: Write to Miss Mary 
Rupc, Film Library, Columbus Public Li- 
brary, 96 South Grant Avenue, Columbus, 
Ohio 43215. • 

■V- The Editors of Bi'siness Screen commend 
members of the Academy of Motion Picture 
Arts and Sciences for their recognition ex- 
tended to factual documentary and other rele- 
vant short-subject films nominated to receive 
the coveted "Oscar" award of this professional 
organization in the cinema industry. 



FARM FILM FOUNDATION 
PROFESSIONAL IMPROVEMENT AWARDS 

Awards: For the 13th consecutive year, an 
inscribed certificate and S500.00 will be given 
to an active member of the American Asso- 
ciation of Agricultural College Editors, who 
is selected by a committee of three Judges as 
having made, through work in motion picture 
production, the most outstanding contribution 
to the advancement of agriculture, home eco- 
nomics, rural-urban relations, and the public 
interest during the past two years. Honorable 
Mention Awards of S50.00 each may also be 
given at the discretion of the judges. 

PRESENTATior>i: The Awards will be presented 
at a dinner co-sponsored by the Farm Founda- 
tion and the Foundation for American Agri- 
culture at the annual meeting of the American 
Association of Agricultural College Editors 
scheduled for July 10. 1967 at The Univer- 
sity of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska. 

Elicihility: Any active member of AAACE 
engaged in some phase of motion picture pro- 
duction is eligible to apply for the Award. • 



FREEDOMS FOUNDATION AWARDS 

Sponsored by the Freedoms Foundation 
Valley Forge, Pennsylvania 
Closing Date for Entries: November 1, 1967. 
Categories: Consideration is given to all 
films produced or released during 1967, which 
are aimed at building a better understanding 
of the American Way of Life. 

Awards: A distinguished jury of State Su- 
preme Court jurists and other eminent citizens 
selects one film for the top award and approxi- 
mately 10 others for the George Washington 
Honor Medal recognition. Awards will be an- 
nounced at Valley Forge on February 22, 
1968. 

To Nominate: Nomination forms are avail- 
able from the Freedoms Foundation, Valley 
Forge, Pennsylvania. • 



ANNUAL INDUSTRY FILM PRODUCERS 

ASSOCIATION AWARDS 

IFPA Conference-June 1, 2, and 3, 1967 
Mlromar Hotel, Santo Monica, California 

Annual Awards Competition in recogni- 
tion of outstanding factual films. The purpose 
of the IFP.A awards is to stimulate constant 
improvement in the quality of documentary, 
public relations and educational films, and 
their effective utilization by industry, business, 
education and government. 

Categories: Information-Education, Busi- 
ness-Sales Presentation-Public Relations, and 
Films Produced Specifically for Internal Use. 

Entry Information: .Any film produced by 
or commissioned by an IFPA .Active Member 
during the calendar year 1966. or any such 
film completed for relea.se during the calendar 
year 1966 is eligible. Films completed earlier. 



17th PRODUCTION REVIEW 



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Unless you happen to be 
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AWARDS FOR BUSINESS FILMS 



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INDUSTRY FILM PRODUCERS AWARDS: 

under government security classification, but 
declassified during 1966, are also eligible for 
submission. More than one film may be sub- 
milted by the same member or organization. 
Entry deadline is March, 1967. Entry fee per 
film is $15. For additional information write 
to: Film Competitions Chairman, Industry 
Film Producers Association, Inc., P.O. Box 
1470, Hollywood, Calif. 90028. » 

1967 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT FILM 
AWARD COMPETITION 

Sponsored by 

The Soc'ety for Advancement of Management, 

Inc. 

Finalist Judging— New York City 

October 16-20, 1967 

Categories: "Community Service" in nature, 
stressing a management interest or idea, rather 
than a specific skill; Management Techniques 
that stress methods of developing managers 
and increasing management efficiency; Func- 
tional Management Organization in a specific 
area of a company or organization, including 
non-profit organizations; Technical Films deal- 
ing in education in highly technical areas 
rather than teaching new information. 

Entries: Must be 16mm Motion Picture films 
with Sound, either in color or b/w. The Pro- 
duction Release Date must be from July 1, 

1966 through December 31, 1966. Entries 
accepted until September 15, 1967. Films 
judged by professional executives in Manage- 
ment Development, Business, and the Film 
Industry. For full information write to: An- 
thony G. Toran, Administrative Manager, 
S.A.M., 16 West 40th St., N.Y., N.Y. 10018. 

Awards: Bronze Plaques presented to grand 
prize winner, and winners in each category 
at an awards banquet. 

THE 25TH ANNUAL NATIONAL 

SAFETY FILM CONTEST 

Sponsored by the National Committee 
on Films for Safety 

Eligible Films: All motion pictures and 
sound slidefilms produced or released during 

1967 whose primary objectives are safety or 
which have important accident prevention se- 
quences. Contest entry deadline will be Feb- 
ruary 20, 1968. 

Categories: Motion pictures, non-theatrical 
(16mm) in each of four fields: 1. Occupation- 
al. 2. Home. 3. Traffic and transportation. 4. 
General. Sound slidefilms are judged separate- 
ly, as arc television and theatrical subjects, TV 
shorts and spots. 

Awards: Bronze Plaques will be awarded to 
top winners in each of the various areas of 
safety. Award of Merit Certificates will be giv- 
en to other films for special reasons of subject 
treatment, production excellence and 'or un- 
usual contribution to safety. At the discretion 



THE NATIONAL SAFETY FILM CONTEST; 
of the judges, awards may be given separately 
for "instruction-teaching" and for "inspiration- 
al" purpose films. 

Presentations: Films winning the Bronze 
Plaque will be shown in October during the 
National Safety Congress and Exposition in 
Chicago, 111. Plaques will be presented at that 
time to representatives of sponsors of these 
films by the Committee's chairman. Certifi- 
cate of Merit winners will receive their awards 
after the final judging which is in April. All 
winners will be notified immediately after the 
judging. 

Information on Awards Programs: Write 
to William Englander, Secretary, National 
Committee on Films for Safety, 425 North 
Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60611. • 

14TH ANNUAL "DAY OF VISUALS" 

Sponsored by the 
Notional Visual Presentation Assn. 

New York, New York-June 1-2, 1967 
• The 14th Annual "Day of Visuals" Awards 
Competition will be held June 1-2, 1967, at 
the Statler HUton, New York, N. Y. The events 
are open to both members and non-members, 
producers and non-producers. 

The program includes two days of seminars, 
a luncheon program and the annual Awards 
Banquet. Winners will receive their awards at 
the Banquet June 1 . 

Program chairman is Albert Jacoby (The 
Sperry and Hutchinson Co.). Awards' co- 
chairmen are F. P. Weldon and Joseph Elkins. 

For information: Write "Day of Visuals" 
Chairman, National Visual Presentation Asso- 
ciation, 333 North Michigan Ave., Chicago, 
Illinois 60601. • 



THE EIGHTH ANNUAL 
WESTERN HERITAGE AWARDS 

Oklohomo City— January 1968 

Sponsored by The Notional Cowboy Hall ot Fame 

and Western Heritage Center 
Categories: Dedicated to honoring motion 
pictures, television programs, books, poetry, 
articles and musical compositions for their 
accurate portrayal of the West, the Awards 
hope to bring about a desire to create a great- 
er appreciation and a better understanding 
of our nation's Western heritage. 
Entry Information: Application blanks can 
be obtained from the Public Relations Depart- 
ment at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame. 
1700 N. E. 63rd Street, Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Phone: (405) GR 8-1811. • 



Editor's Note: Film awards' programs re- 
viewed in the preceding columns have all been 
sponsored by recognized national or profes- 
sional groups concerned with audiovisual me- 
dia; other awards programs, initiated by indi- 
viduals or corporate entities, but not identified 
with such groups, are reported on other pages. 



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Committee Chairmen: Reid H. Ray, Awards 
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Thomas W. Hope, Injormalion & Publicity: Dr. 
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Purpose: CINE is a voluntary, non-profit or- 
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and television documentary motion pictures 
(including government films) for submission 
to overseas film festivals. CINE is supported 
by interested patrons (associate, profession- 
al, and sustaining). 

Festival Activity — 1967: Selection of non- 
theatrical films will this year be made for en- 
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Palma (Brazil); Locarno (Switzerland); Lon- 
don (England); Knokke Le Zoute (Belgium): 
Mamaia (Rumania); Mannheim (Germany): 
Melbourne (Australia); Milan (Italy); Mon- 
tevideo (Uruguay); Montreal (Canada); 
Obcrhausen (Germany); Ottawa (Canada): 
Padua (Italy); Rio dc Janeiro (Brazil); Rome 
(Italy); Salerno (Italy); Siena (Italy); Sydney 
(Australia); Teheran (Iran) Toronto (Can- 
ada); Tours (France); Trenlo (Italy); Tunis 
(Tunisia); Valladolid (Spain); Vancouver 
(Canada); Venice (Italy). • 

THE 19TH CANADIAN FILM AWARDS 

Sponsored Jointly by 
The Canadian Association for Adult Education, 
The Canadian Film Institute and 
The Canada Foundation 
Management Committee: Consists of rep- 
resentatives from each of the sponsoring or- 
ganizations plus technical advisers, who are 
associated with the film making industry in 
Canada. Roy Little. Secretary. Canadian Film 
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Categories; Awards are given for films in 
categories. Films released during 1966 by 
Canadian Film producers are eligible for 
awards. • 

THE 14TH INTERNATIONAl 
ADVERTISING FILM FESTIVAL 

Cannes, France— June 19-24, 1967 

Sponsored by the Screen Advertising 

World Association Ltd. 

Management: The Executive Council of 
S.A.W.A. is fully responsible for all policy 
matters in relation to the Organization of the 
Festival. All inquiries should be made to the 
Festival Director; Mr. B. H. Annett, Head 
Office, International Advertising Film Festival, 
35 Piccadilly, London. W.I.. England. Phone: 
REGent 7621/2. 

Entry Dates; Books of Entry Forms will 
be issued from Head Office during March and 
completed Entry Forms must be returned by 
the 22nd April: latest date for delivery of films 
to Cannes, 20th May. Information in the 
United States: Movierecord, Inc., 845 Third 
Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022. 

Categories; For the first time films will be 
judged by product categories. There will be 17 
individual categories in each of the two groups 
— Cinema and Television and details of each 
category are included in the film entry books 
together with the regulations governing the 
entry of films. 

Juries: Two international juries, one for the 
Cinema and the other for the Television group, 
will be selected to judge all the entries. • 

THE EIGHTH ANNUAL AMERICAN 
TV COMMERCIALS FESTIVAL 

New York City-May 12, 1967 
Chicago, Toronto, Dallas, Los Angeles 
Atlanta and Boston— May & June. 1967 
Eligibility; Open to commercials telecast in 
the U.S. and Canada for the first time during 
1966. No limit on entries from sponsors, agen- 
cies, station or production companies. 
Categories: Forty product classifications plus 
one category for Classics, which must have 
been first telecast more than five years ago. 
A special International category this year is 
open to entries from all other countries. Dead- 
line was February 15. 

Judging: By ten Regional Councils of prom- 
inent advertising executives, headed in 1967 
by George H. Gribbin, former chairman of and 
now consultant to Young & Rubicam, Inc. 
Criteria: Outstanding commercials . . . based 
on strength of the sales message, visual and 
aural appeal and all-over technical skill. 
Awards: A golden "CLIO" statuette to each 
Best of Product Category and Special Citation 
winner. Certificates to Runners-Up and 150 
Finalists. 

Information: 16mm reel of winners is avail- 
able from Wallace A. Ross, Director, Ameri- 
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Steel Corporation and New York 
Telephone Company and Stackpole 
Carbon Company and J. H. Williams 
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CHICAGO FILM COUNCIL, INC. 
Office: 5400 N. St. Louis, Chicago. Illinois. 
60625. Phone: 583-5000. Mr. Seipp. 
Officers: Roben Seipp (WTTW-TV). Presi- 
ilent: Jerry Curto. Jr. (Santa Fe Railroad). 
Vice President: Phil Tobin (Contemporary 
Films, Inc.). Treasurer: Frank Bronwell (Chi- 
cago Cinema Club). Program Chairmatv. 
Gloria Janis (Argonne National Laboratory). 
Secretary. 

Directors: Dr. Philip Lewis (Chicago Board 
of Education): Darryl Miller (Am. Dental 
Assn.); Richard Edmundson (Illinois Public 
Aid Commission); William Kruse (Audio- 
Visual Media. Inc.); John Colburn (John Col- 
burn Assoc. ) : Bernard Mack ( Filmack Stu- 
dios); Donald Buck (Coronet Films); Esther 
Altschul (Journal Films. Inc.); Robert Koni- 
kow ( Advertising & Sales Promotion ) ; Robert 
Doyle (U. S. Steel Corp.); George Tressel 
(Argonne National Lab.); Jack Lusk (Modem 
Talking Picture Service). 

Purpose: The purpose of the Council is to 
promote, improve, and extend the use of films 
and other audio visual materials for commer- 
cial, informational, cultural, and socially con- 
structive purposes, and to seek progressive 
methods of film production, distribution and 
effective use of the film medium. • 



THE FILM COUNCIL OF 
GREATER COLUMBUS 

Offic! s: Center of Science and Industry. 280 
E. Broad Street. Columbus. Ohio 43215. and 
Film Dept.. Columbus Public Library, 96 So. 
Grant Avenue, Columbus. Ohio 432 1 5. 
Officers: Dr. D. F. Prugh (Director, Frank- 
lin County Historical Society), President; 
Galvy Gordon ( Public Relations Dir., Colum- 
bus Public Library ) , Executive Vice-President; 
Mary A. Rupe (Film Librarian, Columbus 
Public Library), Secretary-Treasurer. 
Trustees: G. Roger Cahaney (Executive 
Vice President, Sterling Movies U.S.A.); Dr. 
Edgar Dale (Research Associate of the Bu- 
reau of Education, Ohio State LIniversity ) ; 
Carl M. Lenz, (President. Modern Talking 
Picture Service); Dr. Robert M. Wagner (Di- 
rector of Motion Picture Division, Ohio State 
LIniversity ) ; Charles W. Vaughn ( Director of 
Communications Arts Department. Xavier 
University). 

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production and use of films by schools and 
universities, public service organizations, civic 
groups, and business firms and industries. The 
use of films by these organizations in the Co- 
lumbus area and the state is also stressed. 

1967 Activities: The 15th Annual Columbus 
Film Festival will take place October 6 and 
8, 1967. This year's Chris Award banquet will 
be held at the Fort Hayes Hotel on Friday 
evening, October 6. Cocktail hour and dinner 
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Officers: His Excellency Major-General 
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Clavel, President: A. L. Hepworth, Vice-Presi- 
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to encourage and promote the study, apprecia- 
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Activities: Distribution — National Film Li- 
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organized by Industrial Ex- 
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City. According to Herbert 
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In announcing the film. Sec- 
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L. U'dall said: 

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ness of the resources — lan^ 
water, forest, grasslands, mi; 
erals. wildlife, recreation, and 
open space — of the remain- 
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see what has happened t • 
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have disappeared as our popu- 
lation grew. Now. the public 
lands of the west and Alaska 
remain as the last frontier for 
national expansion, where the 
public has a choice as to their 
eventual use." 

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produced for the Department's 
bureau of land management 
by Larry Madison Produc- 
tions. It tells the storv- of 4^ 
million acres of land mana;c. 
by that bureau. Madison w.is 
the producer of Wild Rivers. 
also produced in cooperation 
with the Interior department 
and co-sponsored by the 
Humble Oil & Refining Com- 
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tributed bv Modern TPS. • 
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"Concrete" Wins Top Prizo 
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<^ The Los .Angeles Chapter. 
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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



AUDIO VISUAL SERVICE COMMITTEE 

OF THE ASSOCIATION OF NATIONAL 

ADVERTISERS, INC. 

oh-ice: 155 K. 44th St., New York, N.Y. 
111017. 

' )i MCI.RS: Peter \V. Allport, President: Lowell 
'Kirov, Senior Vice-President: Sidney J. 
alins, Administrative Secretary, Audio-Visual 
Service Committee. 

.Vlt.MBERSHiP: Chairman: William J. Connelly 
(Union Carbide Corp., Plastics Div. ): Com- 
mittee Members: Walter A. Burton (Honey- 
well); Robert O. Dunn (Ford Motor Co.); 
John Flory ( Eastman Kodak Co. ) ; John K. 
Ford ( General Motors Corp. ) ; Gerry Germain 
(Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.): James J. 
Graven (Bell & Howell Co.); Jack Hansen 
(Johnson & Johnson); F. Barry Koss (Wor- 
thington Corp.); Willis H. Pratt. Jr. (Amer- 
ican" Tel. & Tel.); Frank Rollins (E. R. Squibb 
& Sons Div. Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp.); 
J. L. Siegal (IBM Corp.): Thomas F. Battag- 
lini (Schering Corp.); R. W. Bonta (General 
Electric Co. ) ; James M. Creamer ( Avondale 
Mills. Inc.); Blair R. Gettig (Aluminum Co. of 
America); John P. Grember (United Air- 
lines); Kenneth P. Schwartz (U.S. Steel 
Corp.). Administrative Secretary. Sidney J. 
Sbuiins (Association of National Advertisers, 
Inc.). 

Purpose: The Committee initiates and exe- 
cutes projects which will provide the 1200 
"Audio-Visual Interest Group" members of 
the ANA with cost, technical, distribution and 
other information about business films and 
related audio-visual materials. • 

THE INDUSTRIAL 
AUDIO-VISUAL ASSOCIATION 

Office: (of E.xeculive Secretary): Frederic 
J. Woldt. 313 Stanley Ave., Waukegan. III. 
60085. 

Officers: William H. Buch (Lederle Lab- 
oratories). President: Gordon W. Butler 
(American Can Co.-Dixie Cup Div.), 15/ 
Vice-President: John T. Hawkinson (Illinois 
Central R.R. ) Vice-President-IUinois: Frank 
Stedronsky (A. B. Dick Co.). Secretary: Don- 
ald G. Peterson (Caterpillar Tractor Co.). 
Asst. Secretary: Frederic J. Woldt (Illinois 
Bell Tell. Co. (Retired). Executive Secretary 
& Treasurer. 

Directors: Robert E. Doyle (U.S. Steel 
Corp. ) . Central Region: William W. Walton 
(IBM). Eastern Region: Robert D. Fuller 
(Pillsbury Co.). Northern Region: Martin M. 
Broadwell (Southern Bell Tel. Co.). Southern 
Region: Edward L. Carroll (Southern Pacific 
Co. ) . Western Region. 

Advisory Council: Eugene F. Frein (Metro- 
politan Life Insurance Co.). Constitutional 
Chairman: James Craig (General Motors 
Corp.). Historian: Gerald K. Hall (National 
Cash Register Co. ) . Memhersliip Chairman: 
Harold W. Daffer (Honeywell. Inc.). Past 
Presidents Chairman: Herbert R. McCartney 
(Southern Bell Tel. Co.). Project Chairman: 
Martin M. Broadwell (Southern Bell Tel. Co.) 
and Kenneth L. Morton (.Aluminum Co. of 
America), Program Co-Chairmen 1966 Fall 
Meeting: Gerald L. Johnson (Panhandle East- 



ern Pipe Line Co.), Program Chairman 1967 
.4nmud Meeting: Leo Coyle (Ohio Bell Tel. 
Co.). Program Chairman 1967 Fall Meeting: 
Jack G. Hansen (Johnson & Johnson). Pub- 
licity Chairman: Jerry F. Curto, Jr. (Atchison, 
Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co.), Technical 
Chairman. 

Pi'rpose: To study all means of audio-visual 
communications including creation, produc- 
tion, appreciation, use and distribution; to 
promote better standards and equipment, and 
to establish a high concept of ethics in the re- 
lation of members with associated interests. 
Spring Meeting: Muehlebach Convention 
Center. Kansas City. Mo.. April 25-27. 1967. 
Fall Meeting: Hospitality Inn. Cleveland, 
Ohio. Oct. 17-19, 1967. • 



THE INDUSTRY FILM 
PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION 

Office (mail address); P.O. Box 1470, Holly- 
wood. Calif. 90028. 

National Officers: Gene Marcus Huggens, 
President: Ralph Hall. Financial Vice-Presi- 
dent: Roy L. Deets. Editorial Vice-President; 
Michael Reese. Chapters Vice-President. 
Membership: Primarily composed of indus- 
trial, business, educational, and aerospace and 
electronics film producers, directors, writers, 
cameramen and editors, along with sustaining 
members in commercial labs, equipment firms, 
independent production studios, etc. 
Pirpose: Study, discussion and exchange of 
ideas concerning the production of industrial, 
documentary, public relations and educational 
films; upgrading of standards and advancement 
of the "state of the art." 

Plblication: Official publication of the 
IFPA is Business Screen. 

1967 Activities: Eighth Annual National 
Conference and IFPA Film Awards Banquet. 
June 1. 2. and 3. 1967 at the Miramar Hotel. 
Santa Monica, California. • 

THE NATIONAL COMMITTEE 
ON FILMS FOR SAFETY 

Office (of the Secretary): 425 North Michi- 
gan Ave.. Chicago. Illinois 6061 1. 
Officers: James T. Wadkins (Association of 
Safely Council Executives). Cluiirman: Wil- 
liam Fnglander (National Safety Council). 
Secretary. 

Member Organizaiions: American Automo- 
bile Association, American Association of 
Motor Vehicle Administrators, .American In- 




Professional 
Organizations 
Serving the 

Business 

and Industrial 

Film User 



surance Association, American Medical As- 
sociation, American National Red Cross, 
American Petroleum Institute. American Pub- 
lic Health Association, American Society of 
Safety Engineers, American Society for Train- 
ing and Development, Association of Safety 
Council Executives, Auto Industries Highway 
Safety Committee, Automotive Safety Founda- 
tion, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, 
International Association of Chiefs of Police, 
National Association of Automotive Mutual 
Insurance Companies, National Association of 
Manufacturers, National Association of Mutual 
Casualty Companies, National Fire Protection 
Association, The National Grange, National 
Safety Council. U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, 
U.S. Bureau of Public Roads, U.S. Junior 
Chamber of Commerce. U.S. Navy. United 
States of America Standards Institute. 
Purpose: A co-sponsored group of national 
organizations, with active interest in accident 
prevention through use of films, who wish to 
accomplish the following objectives: I. To 
stimulate production and use of safety films. 
2. To raise the quality of films produced. 3. 
To establish film evaluation standards. 4. To 
recognize film excellence in awards program. 

1967 Activities: April meeting of the Com- 
mittee as a Board of Judges to screen and 
finally judge entries in their 24th Annual Safe- 
ty Film Awards Program. October evening 
showing of top winning films and presenta- 
tion of awards to representatives of sptinsors 
and or producers (during the National Safety 
Congress and Exposition in Chicago, 111.). • 



THE NATIONAL VISUAL 
PRESENTATION ASSOCIATION, 



INC. 



(>l I u is: (i(i3 Iillh .\venue. New 'hork. N. Y. 
10022. Phone: (212) 421-5282. Midwest 
Office: 333 No. Michigan Ave,. Chicago. 111. 
60601. Phone: (312) 346-1665. 

National Officers: Leon Luxenburg (CBS 
Radio). President: Herbert C. Rosenthal 
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VISUAL PRESENT ATION : 

(CONCLUDED FROM THE TRECEDING PACE 37) 

(Trade); Roger Hall (National Council Boy 
Scouts of America), Vice President (User); 
Charles Com (Admaster Prims, Inc.), Sec- 
retary; Robert B. Kiigicr (Thomas J. Lipton, 
Inc.), Treasurer: Jules S. Schwimmer, E.xecii- 
tive Secretary. 

MiDwi;sT Charier Officers: Howard J. 
Jacobson (Helcnc Curtis Industries), Presi- 
dent: Robert Konikow (Advertising & Sales 
Promotion Magazine). Vice President (User); 
Marvin E. Goessl (Becker-Goessl, Inc.), Vice 
President (Trade); Howard Rice (Motorola 
Communications Div.), Secretary Treasurer: 
Thomas Robinson, Executive Director. 
Purpose: To advance and encourage the more 
effective use of visuals to promote better com- 
munication in industry, business, education 
and government. To increase the prestige of 
the visual communications specialist by ad- 
herence to the highest ethical standards. 

Annual Awards Competition: Deadline for 
awards for the "Best Visuals of 1967" is May 
1. 1967. The awards will be presented at the 
Awards Bamuet June 1st at the Statler Hilton, 
New York. N. Y. 

Meetings: Monthly luncheon meetings, Sep- 
tember through June, in New York and Chi- 
cago. Visitors welcome. The 14th Annual "Day 
of \'isuals" Exposition. Seminars and Awards 
Banquet will be held June 1-2, 1967 at the 
Statler-Hilton, New York, N.Y. • 



EDUCATIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
Organizations Serving Audio -Visual Users 



BIOLOGICAL PHOTOGRAPHIC 
ASSOCIATION, INC. 

Headquarters: 333 North Michigan Avenue, 
Chicago, Illinois, 60601. (Office of the Ad- 
ministrative Director). Phone (312) 782-1811 

Officers: Clifford L. Freehe, RBP, FBPA 
( Univ. of Washington, School of Dentistry ) , 
President: Howard E. Tribe, RBP, FBPA. 
(Academic Communications Facility, Health 
Science Center, UCLA ) , Vice-Presidium: Rich- 
ard C. Matthias, RBP (Medical Illustration 
Section, Smith Kline & French Laboratories). 
Secretary-Treasurer: Samuel N. Turiel. .4dmin- 
istralive Director. 

Ex Officio: Leo C. Massopust, Sr., FBPA 
(Mount Sinai Hospital), Editor oj llie Journal: 
Lawrence B. Brown, FBPA ( Harvard School 
of Dental Medicine). Chairman, Cliapters 
Committee: Lardner A. Coffey, RBP, FBPA 
( Section of Photography, Mayo Clinic ) . Presi- 
dent. 1964-6.'^; Mervin W. LaRue, Sr.. FBPA 
(Mervin W. LaRue. Inc.), President. 1962-63; 
Verlin Y. Yamamoto. FBPA (Medical Illustra- 
tion Service, Veterans Administration Center, 
Des Moines,) President. 1960-61. 

Directors: E. Lynn Baldwin, FBPA (Super- 
visor, Visual Production Laboratory, Dept. of 
Visual Communication, M. D. Anderson Hos- 



pital, Texas Medical Center, Houston); Louis 
A. Facto, RBP. FBPA. (Chief, Medical Illus- 
tration Service, Veterans Administration, West 
Side Hospital. Chicago); Stanley Klosevych. 
RBP, FRMS (Ottawa, Ontario); Wilbour C. 
Lown (Washington, D.C. ); William L. M. 
Martinsen, RBP, FBPA (Medical Illustration 
Service, Veterans Administration Center, Los 
Angeles); Frank J. Reindl ( A-V Production 
Officer. Dental Training Center, Veterans Ad- 
ministration Hospital, Washington. D.C); 
Sidney Shapiro, RBP, FBPA ( Dept. of Visual 
Aids. Long Island Jewish Hospital); Marshall 
V. Stokes.^ll, FBPA (Chief, Medical Illustra- 
tion Service, Veterans Administration Hospi- 
tal, Boston ). 

Purpose: The BPA was founded at Yale Uni- 
versity in 1931 as a group of medical, dental, 
veterinary and natural science photographers. 
Active membership is limited to those profes- 
sionally engaged in the practice of biophotog- 
raphy. The BPA is dedicated to the study and 
improvement of photographic science as ap- 
plied to all things which live or have lived. 

Activities: The 1967 annual meeting is being 
held at the Royal York Hotel. Toronto. Can- 
ada on August 20-24; the 1968 annual meet- 
ing is scheduled for the Biltmore Hotel in Los 
Angeles on August 10-15. Chapters hold area 



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EDUCATIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC 

Organizations Serving Audio-Visual Users 

Channel 9, University of Washington), Vice- 
President: Kenneth Norberg (Prof, of Educ., 
Sacramento State College, Calif.), Past Presi- 
dent. 

Dues: Individual, $10 and $15; Business, 
$25 and $50. Membership is approximately 
7,000. A joint membership plan has been set up 
with the National Assn. of Educational Broad- 
casters. 

Purposf: The improvement of instruction 
through the better, wider use of audio-visual 
equipment, materials and techniques. Member- 
ship consists primarily of directors and special- 
ists in colleges and universities, state depts. of 
education, and county and city school systems. 
School supervisors and administrators, class- 
room teachers, librarians and audio-visual spe- 
cialists in the armed forces, in industry and 
among religious groups are included in mem- 
bership of this NEA-affiliated a-v department. 
Conferences: National Convention: 1967, 
Atlantic City, N.J., April 2-6; Post 1967 con- 
vention conference, Puerto Rico, April 6-9; 
1968: Houston, Texas, March 24-29; Post 
1968 convention conference, Mexico City; 
1969: Portland, Oregon, April 27-May 1; 
1970: Detroit, Mich., April 26-30. Joint 
DAVI-AASL meeting in connection with NEA 
Convention, Minneapolis, Minn., July 4, 1967. 
Lake Okoboji Educational Media Leadership 
Conference, August 20-24, 1967. 
Activities. 1966-67; DAVI convened task 
forces in these areas of concern: computer- 
ized booking and cataloging, professional edu- 
cation, media standards, role of the media pro- 
fessional in education. Operates a National 
Tape Repository of approximately 4,700 titles 
offering a recording service for educational 
institutions. DAVI has committees and com- 
missions dealing with such areas as quantita- 
tive standards, teacher education, professional 
education of the AV specialist, school plant 
design, technical standards for equipment, leg- 
islation, international relations, consultative 
service, research, and history and archives. 
Works on joint projects with the Educational 
Media Council, American Assn. of School 
Librarians, National Assn. of Educational 
Broadcasters, Associated Organizations for 
Teacher Education. DAVI participates in ac- 
tivities of international organizations of the 
Teaching Profession, International Council 
for Educational Films, and in state and re- 
gional audiovisual conferences. It provides con- 
sultants for conventions of many national or- 
ganizations. 

Publications: Official organ is Audiovisual 
Instruction (monthly except July and ."Xugust); 
AV Communication Review (quarterly). Pub- 
lished in 1966-67: Educational Facilities uitli 
New Media: H'ltat is DA VI'.' (sound, color 
slide set); Monograt'h #3: Audiovisual Tech- 
noloi;y in tlie Public Schools. A Sitrvey of 
Equipment and Progratns (tentative title; at 
press); Monoi;rapli #4: Project Discovery (at 
press ) ; DA VI Mendierslup Directory and 
Data Book. 1966-67; Handbook for State 



BIOLOGICAL PHOTOGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION: 

meetings for their respective members. Slide- 
tape lectures of outstanding papers presented 
at annual meetings are made available through 
the BPA's recorded lecture program. 

Oi-fktal Publications: The Journal of the 
Biological Photographic Association; The BPA 
News, a bulletin of chapter activities. • 

CATHOLIC AUDIO-VISUAL 
EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION 

Office: Box 618, Church Street Station, 53 
Park Place, New York, New York 10007. 

Officers: Rev. Raymond Valle, Saint Clement 
Rectory, President: Sister Jean Philip, O.P., 
Vice-President: Sister Marie Joachim, O.P., 
Secretary: Rev. William Cogan, ACTA Foun- 
dation, Treasurer. 

Executive Board: Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Mc- 
Cormick; Rev. Michael Mullen, CM.; Rev. 
Joseph Coyne, O.S.A.; Rev. Bernard Butcher; 
Sister Agnes Virginia, C.S.J. ; Rev. John Cul- 
hins, S. J.; Rev. Louis Rongione, O.S.A.; Sis- 
ter Mary Leo, I.H.M.; Sister Dolores Schorsch, 
O.S.B.; Brother Raymond Glemet, S.M.; 
Clement J. Wagner; Rev. Francis Matthews; 
Rev. John McAdam; Rev. William Winches- 
ter; Rev. Bernard Wetzel, O.S.F.S.; Rev. Ed- 
ward Soares; Richard Walsh; Rev. (Major) 
W. L. Kreiger; Sister Mary Richardine, 
B.V.M.; Rev. David Coffey; and Rev. Donald 
Holloway. 

Purpose: to further the proper use of audio- 
visual materials and equipment in Catholic 
education and to encourage production of suit- 
able films for Cathohc school use. 

Annual Convention: CAVE will meet in 
Atlantic City, New Jersey, March 27-30. Ten 
producers of outstanding Catholic-oriented 
films and filmstrips will be presented with 
awards (initiated in 1966) during this annual 
meeting. 

Other Activities: Three-day area workshops 
are offered; a bi-monthly CAVE Newsletter is 
issued to members. The organization also is- 
sues a biennial directory of films and does 
critical evaluation of these materials which 
are published monthly in The Catholic Edu- 
cator and are reproduced for member use in 
the CAVE Directory. , 



DEPARTMENT OF AUDIO/VISUAL 

INSTRUCTION OF THE 

NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 

Office: 1201 Sixteenth Street, N.W., Wash- 
ington, D.C. 20036. Anna L. Hyer, E.xecutive 
Secretary. 

Officers: Wesley C. Meierhenry (Asst. Dean, 
Teachers College, Univ. of Nebraska), Presi- 
dent; John Vergis (Prof, of Educ, Arizona 
State Univ.), President-Elect; June Dilworth 
(Dir, of School Broadcasting, KCTS-TV, 



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AUDIOVISUAL DEPARTMENT OF THE N.E.A. 

Membership Chairmen. Current publication 
list includes books and pamphlets in areas of 
AV Instruction. T\', programmed instruction, 
educational technology, foreign language, edu- 
cational uses of the computer, non-projected 
pictures. (Complete publications catalog avail- 
aDle upon request. ) 

Awards and Scholarships: Pioneer Awards 
for long-time service in the AV field given at 
each national convention: two scholarships 
for A\' personnel — Memorial and Programmed 
Instruction scholarships. 



THE EDUCATIONAL FILM 
LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 
Office: 250 West .^7th Street. New York 
New York 10019. 

Officers: James L. Limbacher. Presideiu: 
William J. Speed. Vice-Presidem: Carolyn 
Guss. Secretary: Emily S. Jones, Administra- 
tive Director (at headquarters). 

CoiUMiTTEEs: Emily S. Jones, Festival Chair- 
man: Carolyn Guss. Nominations Chairman: 
William J. Speed. Membership Cliairman: Judy 
V'ogelsand. Evahiations Chairman. 
Membership: (Constituent) — 715 non- 
profit educational institutions: (Service) — 
95 commercial organizations and interested in- 
dividuals; 4 international members (govern- 



ment agencies, film groups of other countries ) : 
46 sub-memberships and 250 personal mem- 
berships, for a total enrollment of 1 1 00. 

Plrpose: To encourage and improve the pro- 
duction, distribution and utilization of educa- 
tional films. EFLA conducts a film evaluation 
service. 

1967 American Film Festival: To be held 
May 10-13, at the Biltmore Hotel, New York 
City. 

Pi'BLiCATiONs: For members — Evaluations. 
EFLA Bulletins. Service Supplements and Film 
Review Digest and Filmlist. A catalog contain- 
ing descriptions of EFLA "general" publica- 
tions is provided on letterhead request. 

THE FARM FILM FOUNDATION, INC. 

Main Office: 1425 H. St.. N.W., Washing- 
ton, DC. 20005. 

Officers: Dr. Roger B. Corbett (New Mex- 
ico State University). President: Mrs. Edith 
T. Bennett. Executive Vice-President; Beatty 
H. Dimit (National Grange). Francis Wilco.x 
( National Council of Farmer Cooperatives ) . 
Mrs. Haven Smith (Women's Committee, .-^m. 
Farm Bureau Federation), E. M. Norton (Na- 
tional Milk Producers Federation). Vice-Presi- 
dents: Ken Geyer (Connecticut Milk Produc- 
ers Assn.). Treasurer; J. K. Stern (American 
Institute of Cooperation), Secretary: Charles 



Dana Bennett, Special Consultant: Lewe B. 
Martin. (Pope. Ballard & Loos), Counsel; 
Dickson Loos (Pope, Ballard & Loos), As- 
sistant Treasurer. 

Board of Trustees: Elmaar Bakken (Boy 
Scouts of America); Mrs. Edith T. Bennett, 
L.xec. V. P.; Harry O. Bercher (International 
Harvester Co.); Mrs, Anna Breckenridge 
(Potomac Grange): Roger Corbett (New 
Mexico State University): P. O. Davis (Assn. 
of Land Grant Colleges); Beatty H. Dimit 
(National Grange): Roger Fleming (American 
Farm Bureau Federation); Ken Geyer (Con- 
necticut Milk Producers' Assn.): James E. 
Gibson (National Archives); N, John Hansen 
(National .Assn. of County Agricultural 
.^gents); H. G. Hawes (Maine State Dept. of 
.'\grieulture ) ; Karl D. Loos (Pope. Ballard & 
Loos); Robert F. McCleod (Corn Products 
Co.); Herschel D. Newsom (National Grange); 
E. M. Norton (National Milk Producers Fed- 
eration ) ; Mrs. Haven Smith ( Women's Com- 
mittee. Am. Farm Bureau Federation); J. K. 
Stern (American Institute of Cooperation); 
Carroll Streeter (Farm Journal): R. Douglas 
Stuart ( Quaker Oats Company ) : Webster Ten- 
ney (Future Farmers of America): John D. 
Waugh (Allied Chemical Corp.): J. Jerome 
Thompson ( Chas. Pfizer & Co. ) ; Francis Wil- 
cox (National Council of Farmer Coopera- 
tives). 

Honorary Life Me.mbers: Earl W. Benja- 
min. William T. Brady. Frank W. Jenks. James 
A. McConnell. Wheeler McMillen. Mrs. Ray- 
mond Sayre. William T. Spanton. 
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the aperture, snap on the new mag- 
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and out of. You don't need to touch 
the film at all. The film is threaded 
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making is that you save your last 
few feet of film for the big scene 
you think will come up at any 



moment, thus missing some good 
cutaways. Then you run out during 
the big scene anyway. With the 
NPR you've lost only ten seconds 
of the action. In the studio and 
working from a script, the five- 
second magazine change can stop 
everyone on set going off to make 
a phone call when they hear the 
dread cry "Reload." 
One of our customers, shooting at 
the last GOP convention, reports 
that he was able to get matching 
closeups of two VIPs — one asking 
a question and the other answering 
it — on two rolls of film. He ran out 
on the question and got the answer 
on the next roll, using the NPR's 
automatic clapper to re-establish 
sync. The VIP's preliminary har- 
umphs and the NPR's blimp-free 
silence, precise reflex viewing, two- 



lens turret and steady shoulder- 
resting were helpful too. 
We have a brochure on the NPR 
that we'd like to send to you. Just 
let us know your address. Ours is 
Eclair Corporation of America, 
7262 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, 
Calif. 90046. Call (213) 933-7182. 

Franchisee! dealers: ea%t coast: F&B 
CECO. Camera Mart, Camera Service Cen- 
ter. General Camera Corp., SOS Photo 
Cine Optics, Claus Gelotte: middle west: 
Behrends Inc.. Victor Duncan Co.; south: 
Frye Photo: west coast: Gordon Enter- 
prises, Mark Armistead, Brooks Camera. 




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43 



IMPORTANT NEWS FROM CFI TO ALL FILMSTRIP PRODUCERS: 

Now you can shoot 3 5mm 2X2 color slide originals 
using 35mm Ektachrome Commercial and obtain 
Filmstrip Release Prints of new and better quality. 

Kodachronie II, Kodaftirome X, Ektachrome X, and other presently available 
color Amateur Reversal 35mm Films in cartridge loads are not intended to, and 
do produce, excellent 2x2 color slides for projection — NOT FOR REPRO- 
DVCTION. Filmstrips made from such 2x2 slides, by any of the current tech- 
niques, regrettably show a tendency to be high in contrast and low in color 
fidelity. 

Since most of our customers furnish us with 2x2 color slide originals as the 
basic material for filmstrips, we began to wonder why the same hi-fi shooting 
film that has proved so eminently successful for 16mm color motion pictures 
couldn't be applied to filmstrips. As you probably know, non-theatrical 
motion picture producers use I6mm Ektachrome Commercial as camera film 
and make release prints on EK Color Positive from a color intemegative. 

Would Kodak supply Ektachrome Commercial in 35mni size? The answer, 
we found, was "Yes," provided that we ordered an entire production run. 
Accordingly, we placed a special order and now have the film in stock. 

The 3fi-exposure cartridge, including processing and mounting, is available 
from us at a net price of $5.50. 

Here is the procedure: 

1. Shoot 35mm Ektachrome Commercial purchased from CFI. 

Exposure Data; A.S.A. Daylight - (use i±8.5 filter) 16 
Tungsten — ( no filter ) i5 

3200°K 

2. Send exposed ECO film cartridge to CFI for procesung and mounting. 

3. CFI will return the processed and mounted slides to you. 

4. You assemble the material for the Filmstrip ( you may include ordinary 
Kodachronie and Ektachrome 2x2 slides, larger size transparencies, art 
work, opaque color prints, titles, overlays, etc.) and send it all to CFI with 
instructions for making your filmstrip negative. 

5. We, at CFI, make a color-corrected and balanced filmstrip interne^ative 
from your slides and other material. Then we make a filmstrip answer print on 
EK Clolor Positive. This print is sent to \ou for your inspection. 

6. Upon your approval of the answer print, we make release prints on our 
unicjue high-definition, non-scratching printer. We develop these prints in our 
regular 35mm motion picture color processing machines and inspect c\er\- print. 
( The high \olume of color motion picture processing going on at CFI necessi- 
tates and justifies all of the chemical, sensitometric and color control that insures 
uniformly excellent filmstrip release prints. ) 

IF YOU WANT IMPRO\ ED PICTURE QUALITY IN FILMSTRPS, THIS 
IS THE W.\Y TO GET IT! For further information or purchase of 35mm 
Ektachrome Commercial film, contact Lou Livingston in our Filmstrip De- 
partment. Phone him at (213) HO 2-08S1. 

CONSOLIDATED FILM INDUSTRIES 

959 SEWARO STREET, HOLLYWOOD. CALIFORNIA 90038 ; HO 2-0881 • HO 9-144) 



THE FAR.M FILM FOUNDATION, INC. 

(CONTINUED FROM THE PRECEDING PACE 42) 

Channel Broadcai-ting Service); E. G. Cher- 
honnicr ( Foundation for American Agricul- 
ture); Ott Coelln (Business Screen Magazine); 
Don Donnelly (American Farm Bureau Fed- 
eration); Kit H. Haynes (National Council 
of Farmers Cooperatives); H. N. Hunsicker 
(Office of Education, HEW); J, Don Parcl 
(Association of American Railroads); Val 
Sherman ( National Milk Producers Federa- 
tion); C. Maurice Wieting (Ohio Farm Bureau 
Federation); Louis H. Wilson (National Plant 
Food Institute); Judd Wyatt (Missouri 
Farmers" Association). 

Meetings: The Trustees meet each year in 
lune. The Board of Consultants meet to screen 
films on call of the Executive Vice-President. 
Purpose: The creation of better understand- 
ing between rural and urban America through 
audio-visual education. 

Activities: (1) Distributes through its main 
office and cooperating depositories 16mr' 
! motion pictures found suitable by Board of 
; Consultants for Foundation endorsement. Dis- 
tribution is principally to rural America. There 
is no cost to film users except for return post- 
age. There is, however, a small library of spe- 
cial purpose rental films maintained at the 
main office. (2) The Foundation, through its 
contacts with all nhases of rural America, 
makes available a unique consultation service 
to film sponsors and producers. • 

THE UNIVERSITY FIIM 
PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION 
Office (of the President): Raymond E. Field- 
ing, TV-Radio-Film Division, University of 
Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. 

Officers: Raymond E. Fielding. President: 
Richard 1. Goagin (Communication Arts. New 
York Univ.) Executive Vice-President: Robert 
W. Wagner (Motion Picture Div.. Ohio State 
Univ.) Editorial Vice-President: W'iW'idm Drake 
( Motion Picture Div.. Ohio State Univ. ) Con- 
ference Vice-President: J. Sol Wrenn. Jr. (Va. 
State Bd. of Education) Treasurer: Luella Sny- 
der (Winnsboro, La.) Secretary. 
Board of Directors: Frank R. Paine (So. 
111. L'niv.) Immrdiate Past President: John B. 
Kuiper (American Univ.); Larry Silverman 
(Wayne State Univ.); Jes'e Senn (Purdue 
Univ.); Donald E. Staples (Ohio State Univ.); 
John Tyo (Syracuse Univ.); J. Blair Watson 
( Dartmouth ) . 

Committee Chairmen: Herbert E. Farmer 
(Univ. of So. Calif.). Consiilulion: John Kui- 
per (American Univ.). Curriculum: J. E. 
Oglesby (Va. Stj.te Board of Education). 
Festivals and Contests: John Mercer (So. 111. 
Univ.) and Kenneth Mason (Eastman Kodak 
Co.), Historians: Richard J. Goggin ( New York 
Univ.), International Relations: Marshall Lov- 
rien ( Univ. of Iowa ) , Membership: Howard W. 
Cotton (So. III. Univ.), Pe'sonnel. 
Publications: The formal publications of 
UFPA is a quarterly. The Ufpa Journal. 
(subscript'on to non-members is S4.00 per 
year). Other special reports and papers pub- 

(CONTINUED ON THE FOLLOWING PAGE 219 I 



44 



BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



THE ASSOCIATION OF 
CINEMA LABORATORIES, INC. 
Office: 1925 K St., N.VV., Washington, D.C. 
20006. Phone: (202) FE 8-3157. 

Officers: Sidney P. Solow (Consolidated 
Film Industries), President; W. D. Hedden 
(Calvin Productions, Inc.). Vice-President: 
Robert A. Colburn (Geo. W. Colbum Lab- 
oratory. Inc.), Treasurer: A. E. Bruch (Capi- 
tal Film Laboratories, Inc.), Secretary; Pres- 
ton B. Bergin, Executive Secretary. 

Board of Directors: Terms Expire Fall — 
1968: Class A— Robert F. Blair (Labcraft 
International Corp.); Class B — \V. A. Palmer 
(W. A. Palmer Films, Inc.); Class C— G. 
Carleton Hunt (DeLu.xe Laboratories, Inc.); 
Canadian Rettion — E. W. Hamilton (Trans- 
Canada Films. Ltd.); vyesiern Region — Sidney 
P. Solow (Consolidated Film Industries). 
Terms Expire Fall — 1967; Eastern Region — 
John E. Asher (Lab-TV); Soutliern Region — 
F. F. Sack (Reela Films, Inc.); Central Re- 
gion — Frank M. McGeary (Motion Picture 
Laboratories, Inc.); Western Region — Burton 
Smith (Cine-Chrome Laboratories); Canadian 
Region — Findlay J. Quinn (Film House, Ltd.). 

Meetings: Held semi-annually at the same 
time and place as the Society of Motion Pic- 
ture and Television Engineers' conventions. • 



THE FILM PRODUCERS 
ASSOCIATION OF MINNESOTA 
Officers: Cliff R. Sakry (Promotional Films, 
Inc.), President: Don Bajus. (Studio One, 
Inc.); Secretary; Anthony Lane (Anthony 
Lane Studios, Inc.), Treasurer; Clark Dean 
(Image, Inc.) and Dick Pollster (Empire 
Photosound, Inc.), Managers, two- and one- 
year terms respectively. 

Members; Countryman-Klang Film Produc- 
tions; Empire Photosound. Inc.; George Ryan 
Films, Inc.; Promotional Films. Inc.; Rusten 
Film Associates; Anthony Lane Film Studios. 
Inc.; Studio One, Inc.; Image. Inc.; Sly-Fox 
Films, Inc. 

Purpose: The advancement of the arts and 
crafts of film production for the betterment 
and improvement of the film industry: the 
establishment of improved client relations and 
the exchange of technical information. 
Pro.iects: Advertising, publicity and public 
relations campaign to build recognition and 
prestige for the accredited local film producers; 
to enlighten business and industry in the types, 
uses and advantages of films and to encourage 
wider use of films in training, selling, adver- 
tising and public relations. 

Meetings: Third Monday of each month, 
6:30 p.m., Minneapolis. • 



Through membership and 
active participation in the 
ajlairs of their industry 
groups, men and women in 
these organizations are 
helping advance the cause 
of the film medium . . . 




FILM PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION 
OF NEW YORK, INC. 
Office (of the Executive Director): 165 West 
46th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036. 

Officers: T. Joseph Dunford (Pelican Films, 
Inc.), President: John Babb (F&B Ceco, 
Inc.). Vice President; Lee Bobkcr (Vision As- 
sociates, Inc.), Secretary: Morris Behrend 
(WCD, Inc.), Treasurer. 

Directors: Robert Bergmarm (Filmex, Inc.); 
Lee Blair (TV & Film Graphics, Inc.); Manny 
Casiano (Coastal Film Service, Inc.); Hubert 
Clapp (Camera Scr\'ice Center, Inc.); Robert 
Colodzin (Colodzin Productions, Inc.); Robert 
Crane (Color Service Co.. Inc.); Eli Feldman 
(Focus Presentations, Inc.); Sanford Green- 
berg (MPO Videotronics, Inc.); Burton Gro- 
din (ABC Camera Co.. Inc.); Robert Gross 
(American Film Producers. Inc.); Irving 
Hecht (Cineffects. Inc.); Sam Magdoff ( Flek- 
tra Film Productions. Inc. ) ; Peter Mooney 
(Audio Productions, Inc.); Sheldon Satin 
(VPI Productions, Inc.); Wilfred Sohl (EUE ' 
Screen Gems, Inc. ) ; Chester Stewart ( Reeves 
Sound Studios); Al Viola (PGL Productions, 
Inc.). 

Producer Members: Allegro Film Produc- 
tions; American Film Productions. Inc.; .Audio 
Productions. Inc.; John Bransby Productions, 
Inc.: Colodzin Productions. Inc.; Thomas 
Craven Film Corp.; Directors Group. Inc.; 
Dynamic Films, Inc.; Elektra Film Produc- 
tions. Inc.; EUE Screen Gems; Farkas Films. 
Inc.; Filmex. Inc.; Filmfair. Inc.; Focus Pre- 
sentations. Inc.; Gerald Productions; Gordon/ 
Youngman Productions. Inc. Henkin-Faillace 
Productions. Inc.; Illustra Films, Inc.; Henry 
Jaffe Enterprises Clayco Films, Inc.; Kim & 
Gifford Productions. Inc.; James Love Pro- 
ductions. Inc.; Marathon International Produc- 
tions. Inc.; Movierecord. Inc.; MPO Produc- 
tions, Inc.; Owen Murphy Productions, Inc.; 
Fred A. Niles Communications Centers. Inc.; 
Pelican Films. Inc.; PGL Productions. Inc.; 
The Place for Filmmaking, Inc.; Producing 
Artists. Inc.; Production Center. Inc.; Rosc- 
Magwood Productions. Inc.; Savage Friedman 
Productions. Inc.; Mickey Schwarz Produc- 
tions. Inc.; Spectra Films, Inc.; Henry Strauss 
Productions. Inc.; Tele-Video Productions. 
Inc.; TV & Film Graphics. Inc.; Vision As- 
sociates. Inc.; \'PI Productions. Inc.; WCD. 
Inc.; Willard Pictures. Inc. 
Associate Members: ABC Camera Corp.; 
Animated Productions. Inc.; Bonded Service, 
div. Novo Industrial Corp.; Camera Service 
Center, Inc.; C"ineffccts. Inc.; Coastal Film 
Services. Inc.; Jerome J. Cohen, Inc.; Color 
Service Co.; Du Art Film Labs. Inc.; F&B' 
Ceco. Inc.; General Camera Corp.; Saul Korn- 
reich & Sons, Inc.; Manhattan Sound Corp.; 
Mecca Film Laboratories Corp.; Moviclab, 
Inc.; Precision Film Labs. Inc.; Preview 
Theatre. Inc.; Recording Studios. Inc.; Reeves 
Sound Studios; Charles Ross, Inc.; Titra Sound 
Corp. 
Executive Director: Harold Klein 

Purpose: An organization of professionals in 
the art and craft of motion picture making, 
dedicated to preserving standards of quality. 




Trade and 
Professional 
Organizations 
Serving the 
Audio- Visual 
Industry 



Associations of Dealers, 
Engineers, Laboratories 
cind Producers in the U. S. 
Canada and Abroad 



service, good practice, ethics and to the devel- 
opment of the Industry. The organization, 
through membership meetings and active com- 
mittees, works to advance the motion picture 
industry in all of its branches; to establish 
and maintain a high standard of ethics among 
prixlucers. their employees, their suppliers and 
their clients; to distribute accurate information 
with regard to technical improvements; to ad- 
vise the general public on the importance of 
the film industry in the nation's economy; to 
encourage responsible people to enter the in- 
dustry: to promote, stabilize and coordinate all 
elements of the industry • 



Internal ional Prod ut or 
and Laboratory Groups 



THE ASSOCIATION 
OF MOTION PICTURE PRODUCERS 
AND LABORATORIES OF CANADA 
Office (of ihc President): ^ Brockhouse 
Road, Toronto 14. Ontario: (of the Executive 
Secretary): Suite 512, 55 York Street, Toron- 
to 1, Ontario. Can. {Continued on next page) 



I7th PRODUCTION REVIEW 



45 



LaBTV 

stops 
processing 
headaches 
4-ways 




• SERVICE 

• TIME 

• QUALITY 

• PRICE 



Save yourself a headache. Next 
time get a "professional" lab to 
do the job. Only Lab-TV has the 
knowledge experience and equip- 
ment to the do the job right. Ask 
any film-maker. 

So take a tip, not a pill. Send 
your next job to Lab-TV. 

The Lab for 

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Negative/Positive, Black/ 
White, Color & Reversal Film 

OTHER SERVICES: 

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• Processine i Printing • Dupe Negatives 
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International Industry Trade Organizations: 



723 Seventh Ave . New York 19. N.Y. • JU 6-2293 



CANADIAN LABORATORIES AND PRODUCERS; 
Officers: Roger J. Bcaudry (Pathc-Hum- 
phrics of Canada, Ltd.), President: Heinz A. 
K. Drege (Williams. Drege & Hill. Ltd.): Vice- 
Pre.siilenl: S. Dean Peterson (Peterson Pro- 
ductions, Ltd.), Immediate Past President: 
Frank A. Young, Executive Secretary. 
Directors: Claude Barnwell (Filmarc Pro- 
ductions. Ltd.): David Bier (David Bier Stu- 
dios & Film Laboratories); Robert C. Crone 
(Film House, Ltd.); E. Wally Hamilton 
(Trans-Canada Films, Ltd.): Gerald J. Kee- 
ley (Robert Lawrence Productions (Canada), 
Ltd.) Gordon Petty (Film Technique. Ltd.); 
Nick J. Zubko (Cine Audio, Ltd. ) : Frank Tate 
(Photo Importing Agencies, Ltd.). 
Membership: Canadian firms, proprietorships. 
partnerships, corporations and agencies en- 
gaged in motion picture production or labora- 
tory work are eligible for Active Membership. 
Persons, firms or organizations acceptable to 
the membership and interested in the further- 
ance of the motion picture industry in Canada 
are eligible for Associate Membership (non- 
voting). Present membership: 60 Active Mem- 
bers; 14 Associate Members; Total 74. 
Purpose: To promote the common interest of 
those engaged in the motion picture produc- 
tion and laboratory industries in Canada by 
maintaining the highest possible standards in 
the production of motion pictures for indus- 
trial, commercial, theatrical, or television re- 
lease; to represent the industry in its relations 
with government, other associations and the 
public at large; to encourage government agen- 
cies to have their films produced by private 
producers. 

Activities: I. To continue to promote the 
position and advantages of the Canadian pri- 
vate film production and laboratory industries. 
2. To encourage all governments and govern- 
ment agencies to let more and more film pro- 
duction via tender to private producers, and 
to produce fewer films themselves. 3. To as- 
sist with the launching of 35mm color process- 
ing in Canada. 4. To provide for film require- 
ments in connection with EXPO '67 (Canada's 
Official World's Fair, to be held in Montreal). 
5. To assist in staging an impressive Cana- 
dian Centennial Film Awards Competition, 
with presentations to take place in Toronto 
in the fall. • 

FEDERATION OF SPECIALIZED 
FILM ASSOCIATIONS 
Office (of the Secretary) : 2, Bourchier Street 
London, W. 1, England. Telephone: REGent 
3781. J. Neil Brown, M.A., Secretary. 
Purpose: The Federation represents aad pro- 
motes the interests of all branches of the 
specialized film industry through its constituent 
member Associations: (1) Association of Spe- 
cialized Film Producers representing the pro- 
ducers of cinema shorts, documentaries, spon- 
sored industrial and Government fUms. (2) 
Advertising Film Producers Association repre- 
senting producers of advertising films for tele- 
vision and cinema. (3) British Animation 
Group representing producers of cartoon. 



animated diagram, special and model anima- 
tion films. Each Association is represented on 
the Federation Council by its Chairman and 
Vice-Chairman and elected representatives. • 

INTERNATIONAL QUORUM 
OF MOTION PICTURE PRODUCERS (IQ) 
Of lie L (of the President): 19 Fairmont Ave., 
Ottawa, Canada. 

Officers: Graeme Eraser (Crawley Films, 
Ltd.), President: Matt Farrell (Matt Farrell 
Productions). Vice-President: Jack R. Rabius 
K & S Films, Inc.). Secretary-Treasurer. 
Directors: Graeme Eraser. Matt Farrell, Jack 
R. Rabius; Knut-Jorgen Erichsen (Central- 
film A/S. Oslo, Norway); D. M. Sapra (Asia 
Telefilms. Hyderabad (20) India); Howard 
J. Silbar (Time Life 8 Productions, Grand 
Rapids. Mich.). 

Membership: Charter members include 51 
non-theatrical motion picture production com- 
panies, situated in 31 marketing areas of the 
United States, plus one company in each of 
Australia. Belgium. Canada. Denmark. Fin- 
land. Germany, Greece, India. Japan. Kenya. 
Mexico, Norway. Portugal. Puerto Rico. South 
Africa, Sweden. Switzerland. Turkey, United 
Kingdom, and Yugoslavia. 
Purpose: This is a newly-formed international 
network of non-theatrical producers of films 
for industry, government and television. Pur- 
poses are to assist in the exchange of ideas, 
information and understanding among its 
members, to broaden the surface horizon of 
each member through affiliation with member- 
producers located strategically throughout the 
world: to raise the professional standards of 
non-theatrical motion pictures by examples 
of excellence; to share among members new 
concepts and technology for the betterment 
of motion pictures: to exchange information 
on personnel, equipment and markets for the 
good of all members; to provide members with 
information on photography and recording 
conditions in each area; and to simplify and 
render more productive the operations of all 
members. • 

SCREEN ADVERTISING 
WORLD ASSOCIATION LTD. 

Office: 35 Piccadilly. London W. 1. England. 
Cables: FESTFILM LONDON W.l. 
Officers: Jean Mineur, President; Ernest 
Pearl. Honorary Life President: Pax Moren 
and Per Onner. Vice Presidents: B. H. Annett. 
Director General. 

Purpose: To promote and develop cinema 
screen advertising on an international basis; 
to assist in the promotion and trade among 
members of the Association by provision for 
distribution facilities and a central information 
service; and by arranging for the exchange be- 
tween members of information for their mutual 
assistance. 

1967 Activities: The Association is respon- 
sible for the organization of the International 
.Advertising Film Festival. The 14th Interna- 
tional Advertising Film Festival will be held 
during the period June 19-24, 1967, at Cannes. 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



THE COMMUNICATOR: 
AGENT OF CHANGE 

In the process of modifying behavior, 
the communicator plays a critical role. 

He must not only transmit, 

but structure and sequence as well. 

He must not only tell, 

but insure that reception and retention 

will indeed take place. 

His imagination and skill are, in fact, 
the only guarantee that change will occur. 
His integrity the only assurance 
that the cheinge will be for the better. 




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National Organization 
of Audio- Visual Dealers 



THE NATIONAL AUDIO-VISUAL 

ASSOCIATION, INC. 

National Office: 3150 Spring Street, Fair- 
fax. Virginia 22030. 

Contact; Don White. Executive Vice-Presi- 
dent or James P. Thompson, Vice-President 
& General Manager. 

Membership: A trade association of the com- 
mercial audio-visual industry: membership 
consists of ( 1 ) A-V dealers and film libraries; 
(2) A-V materials" producers; (3) A-V equip- 
ment manufacturers; and (4) independent 
A-V suppliers" representatives. 
Purpose: The Association was organized in 
1939 to ( 1 ) collect and furnish data which 
will benefit A-V business; (2) improve the 
professional status and business practices of 
the industry; ( 3 ) provide business education 
and information; and (4) promote better re- 
lations between A-V suppliers, distributors, 
and customers. 

Board of Directors: Eloise Keefe (T.E.A. 
Film Library, Dallas), Chairman of the Board: 
Max Rarig (Rarig"s. Inc., Seattle), President; 
Frank S. Bangs (Frank Bangs Co.. Inc., Wich- 
ita ) , First Vice-President & President-Elect: 
John Ellingson (Inland Audio-Visual Co., 
Spokane), Second Vice-President: P. Ray 
Swank (Swank Motion Pictures, Inc., St. 
Louis) Secretan,': Alan P. Twyman (Twyman 
Films, Inc., Dayton), Treasurer. 
Directors-at-Large: Ann Vath (Audio-Vis- 
ual Aids, Sharpsville, Pa.); Jasper G. Ewing 
(Jasper Ewing & Sons, New Orleans); Paul 
Cox (Coast Visual Education, Hollywood); C. 
M. Meserve (A. H. Rice Co., Inc., Manches- 
ter, N.H.). 

Regional Directors: Rutherford K. Clarke 
(The Rud Clarke Co.. Inc.. Syracuse); Boggs 
Huff (Visual Education Co., Inc. Nashville); 
Lester E. Norstad (Norstad Audio-Visual Co., 
Northfield, Minn.); Ronald Nelson (Redlands 
A-V Sales & Service, Redlands, Calif. ) ; Nelson 
C. White (Nelson C. White — Ideal Pictures, 
Baltimore); R. R. Hiller (Midwest Visual 
Equipment Co., Inc., Chicago); Arnold A. 
Nored (Sound Photo Sales Co., Lubbock, Tex- 
as); Marvin Melnyk (Winnipeg, Manitoba, 
Canada). 

Ex Officio: Robert P. Abrams (Williams, 
Brown & Earle Co,, Philadelphia); Harvey 
Marks (Visual Aid Center, Denver); Albert 
R, Bailey (Bailey Films, Inc., Hollywood); 
Don E. Warner ( Audiotronics Corp., North 
Hollywood); Mike Swank (Swank Motion Pic- 
tures. Inc., St. Louis); Howard Wilson (H. 
Wilson Corp., Chicago); Jerry Denbo (West- 
ern Audio-Visual Representatives, San Mateo, 
Calif.). 

Principal Committees: Frank S. Bangs, Co;i- 
vention: Ellsworth C. Dent, Educational: Mike 
Swank, Fihn Council: Robert P, Abrams, In- 
dustry & Business Council: John Ellingson, 
Membership: J, W, Kintner, Nominating: Har- 
vey Marks, Religious Council: Wayne New- 



man, Resolutions: Max Rarig, Long Range 
Planning: Ainslic Davis, Technical .Standard':. 
Publications: The Association's regular bul- 
letin, NA VA News, is published 26 issues per 
year, available to members only. Of general 
interest are: The Audio-Visual Equipment Di- 
rectorx, Thirteenth Edition, published Janu- 
ary, 1967 (340 pages, $6,00); The NAVA 
Trade Directory. 1966-67, coded to show 
services and products available (free on re- 
quest); The Audio-Visual Speakers' Guide 
1 964 ( free on request ) ; and Tall< Is Not 
Enough. 1962, an A-V utilization handbook 
for industry (single copies, free on request). 
1967 Activities: The NAVA Convention and 
and Trade Show: July 1 5- IS, The Palmer 
House, Chicago. III. Guests admitted on fee 
basis. • 



National Organization of 
Professional Engineers 



THE SOCIETY OF MOTION PICTURE 
AND TELEVISION ENGINEERS 

Headquarters: 9 East 41st Street, New York, 
New York 10017. 

Officers: G. Carleton Hunt (Deluxe Lab- 
oratories, Inc.), President: Deane R, White 
(Photo Products Dept,, E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Co. ) . Executive Vice-President; 
Ethan M. Stifle (Eastman Kodak Co.), Past 
President: William T. Wintringham (Bell Tel. 
Laboratories, Inc.), Engineering Vice-Presi- 
dent: Rodger J. Ross (Canadian Broadcasting 
Corp.), Editorial Vice-President: Joseph T. 
Dougherty (E. I. du Pont de Nemours), Fin- 
ancial Vice-President: E. B. McGreal (Pro- 
ducers Service Co. ) , Conference Vice-Presi- 
dent: Wilton R. Holm (E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours), Sections Vice-President; Max 
Beard, Vice-President for Education Affairs; 
William G. Hyzer. Vice-President for Instru- 
mentation & Higli-speed Photograpliy; Richard 
J, Goldberg (Houston Fearless Corp,), Vice- 
President for Motion Picture Affairs; J. S, 
Courtney-Pratt (Bell Tel, Laboratories), Vice- 
President for Photo Science Affairs: Richard 
S. O'Brien (CBS Television Network) Vice- 
President for Television Affairs: H, Theodore 
Harding (E. I. du Pont de Nemours), Secre- 
tary 1967-68; Saul Jeffee (Movielab, Inc.). 
Treasurer 1966-67; Lewis A. Bernhard, Ex- 
ecutive Secretary. 

Local Section Chairmen: Gordon L. Bone. 
2405 Esther Ave,, Huntsville. Ala. 35810; 
Orley J, Bratton, 205 Nelson Ave,, Eau Gallie, 
Fla. 32935; John F. X. Browne, Jr.. 642 N. 
Woodward, Birmingham. Midi. 48011; Sid- 
ney Davidson, 2424 South Dahlia St., Denver. 
Colo. 80222; Raymond Demoulin, 193 Kay- 
mar Dr.. Rochester. N.Y. 14616; Ted Fogel- 
man, 1057 South Ogden Dr.. Los Angeles. 
Calif.. 90019; Allen F, Hilliard, 164 N. 
Wacker Dr„ Chicago. 60606; Hubert T. Jen- 
kins. 1600 Clifton Rd,. N, E., Atlanta. Ga. 
30333; Robert E. Johnson, 51 Orchard Way, 
N.. Rockville. Md. 20852; Edward Kornstein, 
6 Holiday Rd., Wayland. Mass. 01778; John 
J. Kowalak. 619 W. 54 St., New York 10019; 



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Murray W. Marshall, 14 Fcatherwood PL, 
Islington. Onl.. Canada: William M. O'Rork, 
161 Eighth Ave, N.. Nashville. Tenn. 37203: 
Bruce L. Prentice, 5170 Cumberland Ave., 
Montreal 29, Quebec. Canada: Burton Smith, 
4075 Transport St. Palo Alto. Calif. 94303. 
Chairmen/Smpte Engineering Commit- 
tees: John M. Waner (Kodak), Color: Arthur 
J. Miller ( Du Art Film Labs), Film Dimen- 
sions: Frank H. Riffle (Carbons, Inc.), Film 
Projection Practice: Robert D. Shoberg (Red 
Lake Labs. ) , Instrumentation & High Speed 
Photography: James L. Wassell (Hollywood 
Film Co.). Laboratory Practice: Gary Kaess 
( Keystone Camera Co. ) , 1 6/8mm Motion Pic- 
tures: F. G. Albin ( 20th Century Fox ) , Sound: 
R. E. Putman (General Electric), Television: 
F. M. Remley, Jr. (Univ. of Michigan), Video 
Tape Recording: H. W. Knop, Jr. (E. L du- 
Pont), Standards. 

Conferences: 101 st. New York, New York 
Hilton, April 16-21, 1967: 102nd, Chicago, 
Edgewater Beach, Oct. 15-20, 1967. • 

BRITISH INDUSTRIAL FILM ASSOCIATION 

Office: 30 Queen Anne's Gate. London, 
S.W.I. England. Phone: WHltehall 9971. 

Officers: Sir Peter Runge, President: The 
Earl of Drogheda, The Earl of Halsbury, Vice 
Presidents. 

Council: B. G. Akroyd (United Kingdom 
Atomic Energy Authority ) ; Edgar Anstey 
(British Railways Board); Clive Barwell 
(Mullard): R. L. Bassett (Smith Kline and 
French Laboratories): Maurice Buckmaster 
(Maurice Buckmaster Associates); J. Camp- 
bell Eraser (Dunlop): W. P. N. Edwards 
(Confederation of British Industry); Peter 
Goodricke (George Wimpey & Co., Ltd.); L. 
M. Mitchell (Unilever, Ltd.); M. W. Pitts- 
Tucker (Courtaulds) ; John Drummond (Shell 
International): Hugh Whitwell (Courage, Bar- 
clay & Simonds). 

Purpose: To promote the best use of film in 
the service of industry and commerce and in 
particular (a) to foster the exchange of infor- 
mation and experience among industrial organ- 
izations interested in the use of films: and (b) 
to encourage the wide distribution and use of 
British industrial films at home and overseas. 

Meetings and Activities: Monthly meetings 
in London and cities in Britain: publication of 
news and comment items; loan of cinema facil- 
ities between members; confidential advice on 
production facilities and services. Organizers 
of the annual British National Industrial Film 
Awards Competition. Membership restricted to 
sponsors and users of industrial films. Adver- 
tising agencies: public relations consultants and 
non-theatrical film distribution companies are 
admitted as associate members of this national 
organization in the factual film industry. • 

■i; Reports on activities of the British Industrial 
Film Association are featxired in regular issues. 



WORLD FILM COMPETITION IN 1967 

THE EIGHTH INTERNATIONAL 
INDUSTRIAL FILM FESTIVAL 

Sponsored by the Council of European 
Industrial Federations 

'■ The world's foremost gathering of industrial 
film users and producers from throughout 
Europe, the Middle East and the U. S. is held 
annually in various European capitals. The 
1966 International Industrial Film Festival 
took place in Venice, Italy, last fall, under the 
sponsorship of the Italian member of the Coun- 
cil of European Industrial Federations. 

The Eighth International Industrial Film 
Festival will be held in Lisbon. Portugal, on 
September 5 through the 10th, 1967. The event 
will be sponsored by the Portuguese Federa- 
tion of Industry, the CIFE member in that 
country and host of the 1967 Festival. 

All delegates and jurors are official represen- 
tatives of their national industrial associations 
or federations. The U.S.. for example, is rep- 
resented by the National Association of Manu- 
facturers. At Rouen. France in 1965 and again 
at Venice, in 1966, the publisher of Business 
Screen was one of the official U.S. delegates. 

Categories: the following types of films are 
in competition at these International Festivals: 

A. Films about industrial questions (economic, 
social, technical or scientific ) or general inter- 
est and intended for showing primarily to the 
general public. 

B. Films about specific industrial products, 
materials or projects, intended for showing 
primarily to the general public. 

C. Films aiming less at information than do 
the films in categories A and B, but which have 
the purpose of contributing to the prestige of 
the industry concerned or a firm, intended 
primarily for the general public. 

D. Films about specific industrial products, 
materials or projects or about industrial tech- 
niques (management methods, measures for 
increasing productivity, efficiency and output, 
rationalisation, automation, application of 
modern techniques, etc. ) intended primarily 
for specialist audiences. 

E. Films on industrial application of scientific 
principles and research intended primarily for 
special audiences, including educational estab- 
lishments, rather than for general showing like 
categories A, B and C. 

F. Films on management and manpower train- 
ing (for example, vocational guidance and 
training, training within the firm ) and on man- 
power promotion and human relations within 
the firm, intended rather for an industrial au- 
dience than for the general public. 

G. Films on accident prevention, occupational 
diseases, health, re-education and measures 
of social security, intended rather for an in- 
dustrial audience than the general public. 
Films will be shown in their original language. 
The two official languages of the Festival are 
English and French. 

Entries: U. S. entries are screened by the 
Council on International Nontheatrical Events 
(CINE) on behalf of the National Association 
of Manufacturers which represents this country. 



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America's Merchant Marine at 
Work: Film on World Commerce 

■A' Four continents, including a 
fascinating 3,000-mile trip up the 
Amazon River, are featured in 
Colleai'iies in World Commerce, a 
new 30-niinute documentary film 
on the American Merchant Ma- 
rine, sponsored by Moore-McCor- 
niack Lines. 

The United States, South Amer- 
ica, Africa. Scandinavia and the 
European Low Countries are used 
as examples of the expanding im- 
portance of the American flag 
shipping scene in terms of recipro- 
cal commerce. Operations of 
Moore-McCormack's break-bulk 
and door-to-door container cargo 
liner service should make the new 
film interesting to shippers around 
the world. Moore-McCormack's 
luxury liner cruises offer charming 
vignettes of some of the expe- 
riences which delight cruise pass- 
engers. 

The film was produced by John 
M. S'^uiers, president of Willard 
Pictures. Inc.. of New York, with 
the cooperation of J. A. Meder- 
nach. vice-president of Moore- 
McCormack Lines, and J. S. Ful- 
lerton, of J. S. Fullerton. Inc. ad- 
vertising agency. 

Three camera crews under the 
direction of Fred Porrett. Richard 
Durrance and Walter Holcombe 
traveled over 30.000 miles to 
cover the four continents which 
Moore-McCormack serves. 

The film was premiered on Feb- 
ruary 6 aboard Moore-McCor- 
mack's luxury liner S.S. Brasil in 
New York harbor. It will be 
placed in extensive distribution in 
this country and abroad in the 
near future. • 

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Volkswagen World Trade Picture 
ii Production for Fall Release 

ir The "disappearing barriers" 
among people of the world as a 
result of their participation in in- 
ternational trade is the subject of 
a new film to be made for Volks- 
wagen of America by Marathon 
International Productions. Inc. 

The 35mm color film, tentative- 
Iv titled. A Wlwie World, will be 
the seventh in the series of inter- 
national Volkswagen films pro- 
duced bv Marathon in several lan- 
guages for worldwide distribution, 
and is to be released this fall. 

Location photography in the 
United States. England. Thailand. 
Hong Kong. France, Italy. Swe- 
den, Hungary and Germany is 
pL'-nned. • 



"Florence, Day of Destruction" 
Moving Story of November Flood 

The Committee to Rescue Ital- 
ian Art (CRIA. Inc.) has an- 
nounced that the hour-long color 
documentary. Florence: Day of 
Destruction, narrated by Richard 
Burton, is now available on a free- 
loan basis for public and private 
use through libraries of Associa- 
tion Films. Inc 

Franco Ziffirelli. the director. 
Mr. Burton and RAl. the pro- 
ducer, donated the film to CRIA 
in order that it mi?ht be shown 
throughout the country to raise 
funds to assist in the rescue of the 
dama"ed museums, archives and 




\Vater-ravag:d interior o/ ihc Santa 
Ciocc cliincli, Iniilt in 1294. as 
shoun in "Florence — Days of De- 
struction" d-stnbutcd by Associa- 
tion Films. 

libraries of Florence. The motion 
picture is a deeply-moving account 
of the flood of November 4. 1 966. 
which raced across one-third of 
Italy. 

Zeffirelli. a Florentine, and Bur- 
ton, who claims Florence as his 
"second city." document the price- 
less loss of artistic treasures as 
well as the fortifying spirit of the 
Florentines and the young people 
from all over the world, who vol- 
unteered their serivces to the re- 
cue of a cultural heritage. 

The purpose of this >vorld-"iH'; 
art rescue and restoration opera- 
tion is concisely stated in the film 
by Mr. Burton: "It seemed liki' 
the logical thini for a civili'er' 
people to do." • 

Love Productions in New Offices 

■;" James Love Productions hav 
moved to new offices at ?50 Fifth 
.Avenue in New York. Facilities 
no V include a sound stage as well 
as recording and editina studios. • 



BUSINESS SCREEN ■ 1967 



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ASSOCIATION FILMS, INC. 
Headquarters Office: 

600 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022 
Phone: (212) 421-3900 
Midwest Sales Office: The Wriglcy Bldg.. 400 

N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611. 
Phone: (312) 467-0400. J Liebich, Manager 

of Sales 

Robert D. Mitchell, President 

J. R. Bingham, Vice-Chairman, Treasurer 

Robert M. Finehout, Vice President, Corpo- 
rate Advertising & Public Relations 

Robert \V. Bucher. Vice President, Sales 

A. L. Fredrick. Vice President, Mid-Western 
Represcntatiie 

Reg. Evans. Vice President, Sales 

[ohn Barwick. Miinager Association 
Instructional Materials 

E. H. Johnson. Mfir.. Special Services 

Tim Wholey. Service Manager 

Eastern .•Vrea Exchange 

600 (Irand .Xvcnue. Ridgefield, \.J.. Phone; 
201-\\hitney 3-8200. E. H. Johnson. Manager 
East Central Area Exchange 
324 Delaware Ave., Oakniont. Pa. Plione: 
412-828-5900. Hobcrt Imlach. Manager. 
Central Area Exchange 
561 Hillgrovc Ave. La Grange. Til. Phone: 
312-3.52-3.377. William Lareau. Manager. 
Southern .\rea Exchange 
1621 Dragon St.. Dallas 7. Texas. Phone 214 
Riverside 8-8757. Ivan Clark. Manager 
\\'estem .\rea Exchange 
25358 CvDress .\\e.. Ha\ward. Calif. Phone: 
41.5-783-0100. Winston O. Siler, Manager. 
Canada 
Association-Industrial Films, 135 Peter Street, 
Toronto, Ontario. .Mrs. Jean Lewis, Vice-President 
and General Mgr.: James Bach, Sales Mgr. 

Background: Founded in 1911 (as "The YMC.^ 
Motion Picture Bureau," a division of tlie Inter- 
national Committee of the YMC.\'s). A.ssociation 
Films was the first sponsored film distributor in 
.\merica. In 1949. the company was incorporated 
as an independent national distribution service. 

Sebvk:es: Promotion and PubUcilv: Promotes 
sponsored films through catalogs, special supple- 
ments (directed to teachers and program chair- 
men), advertising in educational and adult jour- 
nals, individn:il film brochures, exhibits at con- 
ventions, publicitv services. Print Inspection and 
Maintenance: prints are electronically cleaned 
.»nd inspected after each use; repairs are made 
.IS needed and replacement prints ordered on 
spon.sor's authoritv; scratched prints are given 
Perma-N'ew treatment, as authorized; during the 
first .36 months of print life .\ssociation Films 
shares in replacement costs due to damages. 
Monthlv Reports: sponsors receive detailed per- 
form;mce reports (IBM) which give audience 
size and composition; film-user ev;duations and 
comments; course of sludv wlierc film w.as ii.sed; 
bookings and showings (current, vear-to-datc, 
and cumulative); summar\' of coverage hv 
States; and other data about performance and 
audiences. Programming Senices: confirmation 
and advance booking notices are sent to users 
and sponsors on a dailv basis; bookers assist 
organization in arranging programs and special 
distribution concepts (Movie-.\-Week. Films for 
Freedom, etc.) Liorarv' Serx-ice Plan: a profes- 
sional "plivsical handling" sen-ice for sponsored 
film libriiries that provides all regular services 
(except promotion, as desired) and includes 
Sponsor Imprinted forms. 

.AssociATiov Tfi.kkii.ms; This division is respon- 
sible for the distribution of sponsored films to 
commercial and educational T\' stations. It main- 
tains daily contact with TV programmers, creates 



ASSOCIATION FILMS INC: 

sponsored-film series and special concepts, pre- 
pares TV promotion kits, publicizes sponsored 
films in "T\' Cuide" and local newspapers and 
distributes newsclips and scripts to TV news 
departments. Current .AF-TV series include: Kyle 
Rote's World, Di.ietyvering .\merica. Films for 
Freedom .Your Neighbor — The World. Theatre 
30. Achievement, World in Focus and This .\cro- 
spaee Age, all comprised of sponsored films. 
The.\thical DisTHiiiLTioN: Through the book- 
ing services and facilities of Theatrical Film 
Distributors. .Association Films places sponsored 
films in motion picture theatres. Monthly reports, 
comment cards and advance booking notices are 
provided; promotion is sent to theatres and .31 
exchange-city bookers; publicity stores are sent 
to theatrical trade magazines. 
Association Instri< tionai. Materials: This 
division of As.sociation Films handles the sales, 
long-term Ic.ising and rental of education.al, train- 
ing .md speciid pun'ose films eind filmstrips. This 
division made several acquisitions in 1966. in- 
cluding sales, rental rights to more than 150 
enisodes from the award-winning series. The 
Twentieth Cinlunj; Fair Adventure, a lecture 
series on Shakespeare featuring Dr. Frank Bax- 
ter; CBS Reports: .ind The Ri/on .\lhletic In- 
strtirlional Sfrics. sports training films produced 
by Dr. Frank Ryan and offered to schools through 
local bank sponsorship or bv direct purch.Tse. 
.Associ.\TioN Matkhiai.s MAn.iNC SEnvTCE: a 
new service for mailing, storage and servicing of 
consumer infomiation and educational materials; 
processes shipping of booklets, catalogs, premi- 
ums and e've.iwav s: records and tapes; fulfil- 
ment specialties. MMS h.is facilities for weigh- 
ing and metering: packaging; labeling, inventorv' 
control and deliverv. • 

FILMS OF THE NATIONS DISTRIBUTORS INC. 
305 E. S6th Street. New York. N.Y. 10028 
Phone: (212) 348-7600 
Cable: Cliftofilm/Ncw York 

Maurice T. Groen, President 

Enist Fischel, Vice President 

William Rosenfeld. Secretary/Treasurer 

Jerry Shapiro. Service Manager 
DiSTRiBCTiON office; Birmingham, Ala.; Sac- 
ramento. Calif.; Chicago. 111.; Boston. Mass.; Min- 
neapolis, Minn.: St. Louis. Mo.; R.ileigh. N.C.; 
Buffalo. N.Y.; Brooklvn. N.Y.; New York City: 
Canton. Ohio; Pittsburgh. Pa.; Fort Worth. Tex.; 
Spokane. Wash.; Milwaukee. Wis. • 



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THE JAM HANDY ORGANIZATION, 
Headquarters Office: 

2821 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit, Mich. 48211 
Phone: (313) TRinitv' 5-2450 

Bettv- W'atfers, in charge. Distribution Services 
Services: Currently distributing theatrically 
throughout the U. S. ,\. with fiftv-odd years of 
active experience in tJie theatrical and non- 
theatrical distribution field. Special services in- 
clude physical h:indling of sponsored films for 
self-equipped audiences; major convention and 
other group meetings projection service in all 
principal cities. See stiidio listing pages for com- 
plete data on corporate background. • 

IDEAL PICTURES, INCORPORATED 

IlEAPQCAIlTIinS OfFK F 

1010 Church St., Evanston, Illinois 60201 
Phone: (312) 273-4565 

Jiick C Walls. President i Continued) 



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National 

Distributors 

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Sponsored 

Motion 

Picture... 



A 17TH PRODl'CTIO.N REVIEW 
SPECIAL REFERENCE REPORT 







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tor's listing in these pages refers to display adver- 
tising in this 17th Annual Production Review. 




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NATIONAL DISTRIBUTORS OF SPONSORED FILMS 



IDEAL PICTURES CORPORATION: 

W. C. Kirkpatrick, Vice-President 

M. George Weiland, Exec. \ P- nnri Clpn Afgr 

Hal C. Stewart, Treai-urer 

Eddie Nakagania, Secretary 

Branch Exch.\nces: Atlanla, Georgia 30303— 
133 Nassau, N.W., \\m. Flv-AC: 404 523-2645; 
Baltimore, Md. 21218-102 West 25th St., Nel- 
son C. White-AC: 301 TU 9-9963; Berkeley, 
Calif. 94703-1840 Alcatraz Ave., Eddie Nak- 
agama-AC: 415 OL 4-3006; Boston, Mass. 02116 
-42 Melrose St., Edw. Kondazian-AC : 617 HA 
6-1133; Buffalo, N.r.-1.55S Main St., \Vm. Kirk- 
patrick, Jr.-AC: 716 TT 3-3782; Chicago, III. 
60610-417 N. State St.. Robert Craig-AC: 312 
321-9693; Clcteland, Ohio 44114-2110 PaMie 
Ave., Mike Blaettnar-AC: 216 MA 1-9173; Dal- 
las, Texas 75247—3131 Stemmons Freewav, Bill 
Blair-AC; 214 ME 7-2483; Denver, Colo. 80203 
-1120 Broadvvav, Hal F. Stewart, Ka\- Stewart— 
AC: 303 TA 5-5525; Detroit, Mich. 48227- 
15924 Grand Ri\er Ave., Leo Leddv-AC: 313 
VE 8-5850; Honolulu, Hawaii 96814-1370 S. 
Beretania St., Oram H. Strauser, jr.— 6-5536; 
Indianapolis, Ind. 46204—15 E. .Maryland- Mrs. 
Mar\- Markev-AC; 317 ME 2-6383; Kansas City, 
Missouri 64108-1822 Main St., Charles Broken- 
ick-\-AC: 816 HA 1-2481; Los Angeles, Calif. 
90028-1619 N. Cherokee-Wm. E. Kennev-AC: 
213 HO 3-0357; Louisville, Ky. 40202-616 S. 
Fifth St., Wright C. Hadden-AC: 502 JU 
3-3859; MemphLt, Tenn. 38103-352 Union, 
Stanley Nolan-AC: 901 ]A 7-4313; Miami, Flor- 
ida 33132-55 X. E. 13th St.-Jack Spire-AC: 
305 FR 4-8173; Milwaukee, Wis. 53208-443L 
W. North A\e., Richard Hoelke-AC: 414 UP 
3-0434; Minneapolis, Minn. 5.5408-3400 Nicollet 
Ave., Joe Komarek-AC: 612 TA 7-2966; New 
York. S'.Y. 10036-321 W. 44th St.. Walter ]. 
Dauler-AC: 212 CI 6-0560; Portland, Ore. 97214 
-234 S.E. 12th Ave., John T. Moore-AC: 503 
233-5621; Richmond. Va. 23219 One E. Main 
St.-Dan Browning-AC: 703 MI 4-2973; St. 
Louis, Mo. 63121-6187 Natural Bridge-Norma 
Kraus, Georgia Williams-AC: 314 CO 1-2600; 
Tuba. Okla. 74119-1122 S. Cheyenne Ave., Bill 
Blair-AC: 918 LU 4-2128. 

Services: Promotion, publicity; booking, ship- 
ping, storage and inspection of prints (elec- 
tronically); film programming (community and 
school groups); film programming (TV stations). 
Furnish monthly reports on print activitv' and 
audiences, all supported bv actual signed audi- 
ence reports; advance booking notices to spon- 
sors: correspondence and confirmations (to 
users); merchandising of teaching aids and other 
film-related materials; print servicing (physical 
handling of professional, sales and TV prints). • 

NEWPORT FILAAS, INC. 
630 Ninth Ave., New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) JU 2-1180 

Seymour Berkowitz, President 

Sehna Fier, Vice-President 

F. Urbach, Office Manager 

Ken McUwaine, Film Editor 
Services: National distributor of sponsored short 
subjects for theatrical use. 



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distribution and operational procedures appear 
in our pages throughout the year. 




MODtkN TALKING PICTURE SERVICE, INC. 
Headquarters Office: 
1212 Avenue of the Americas, New York, 

New York, 10036 
Phone: 765-3100 AC: 212 

Carl H. Lenz, President 
W. H. MacCallum, Executive Vice President 
R. M. Hough, Vice-President-Sales 
George Vic'kers, Secretary & Treasurer 
Harrv Bogaards, Assistant Secretary 
Richard H. Rogers, Vice President, 

Theatrical Division 
W. M. Oard, Vice President-Operations 
F. M. Kincheloe, Advertising & Promotion Mgr. 
James McPoland, Operations Supervisor 

Modern Marketing Programs 

1212 Avenue of the Americas, New York, 

New York, 10036 
Phone: 765-3100 AC: 212 

Karl M. Kuechenmeister, in charge 
Harold Belkin 

NATIONAL SALES OFFICES 

Eastern Division Sales at New Y'ork: 

1212 Ave. of the Americas, New York, N.Y. 

Phone: 765-3100 AC: 212 

Ralph Del Coro, Vice President 
Bruce Thomas; Walter Stahura 

National Sales Offices: at Pittsburgh: 
910 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, Penn. 15222 
Phone: GRant 1-9118 AC: 412 
D. P. Konn\-, in Charge 

Centrai, DrvTsioN Sales 
1909 Prudential Plaza, Chicago, 111. 60601 
Phone: DEIaware 7-3252 .\C: 312 

Dan Kater, Vice President 
Jack Lusk; Edwin Swanson 

Western Divtsign Sales 
at Los .\ngeles 
1717 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 

90028 
Phone: HOlIywood 2-2201 AC: 213 
W. M. MacCallum, Executive Vice President 
at San Francisco: 

16 Spear St., San Francisco, Cal. 94105 
Phone: YX'kon 2-9414 AC: 415 
Robert .\. Kelley, in Charge 

Southern Division' Sales 
1834 "K" St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006 
Phone: 783-0558 AC: 202 
Jack Lalley, Vice President 

At Toronto 
1875 Leslie St., Don Mills, Ontario, Canada 
Phone: 444-7347 AC: 416 
C. L>Tm Meek, in Charge 

At Lont)on', Englant) 
358 The Strand, London, W.C. 2, England 



Donald W. Llovd, in Charge 

MODERN LEARNING .\IDS 
Div. of Modem Talking Picture Service, Inc. 

1212 .\venue of the Americas, New York, New 

York 10036 
Phone: 765-3173 AC: 212 

James Renko, Saks Manager 



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MODERN LEARNING AIDS SALES OFFICES: 

National Sales Offices 

Eastern Division Sales 

at Boston: 

1168 Commonwealth .\ve., Boston, Mass. 
02134 

Phone: HA 6-7262 AC: 617 

Jack Langlois, in Charge 

at Washington, D.C: 

1834 "K" St.. N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006 

Phone: 738-0558 .\C: 202 

Frank Hufford, in Charge 

Central Division Sales 

160 E. Grand Ave.. Chicago, III. 60611 

Phone: 467-6475 .\C: 312 

Jack Fowlie, in Charge 

SoiTHvvEST Division Sales 

1411 Slocum St., Dallas. Texas 75207 

Phone: (214) RI 2-4106 

Bert Downing, in Charge 

Western Division Sales 

at San Francisco: 

16 Spear St., San Francisco, Cal. 94105 

Phone: (415) YUkon 2-9414 

R. W. McAllister, in Charge 

at Seattle: c o Rarig's, Inc. 

2100 N. 45th St., Seattle, Wash. 98103 

Phone: (206) MElrose 3-3878 

Frank -Archer, in Charge 

Southern DnisiON S-4Les 

714 Spring St.. N.W., Atlanta, Ga. 30308 

Phone: (404) TR 5-5666 

Ken Chastain, in Charge 

B.KCKGsoirsn: The outgrowth of a pioneering 
program in the field of talking motion pictures 
by Electrical Research Products, Inc., a sub- 
sidiarv' of the Western Electric Co., formed in 
1927 at the birth of the commercial sound motion 
picture medium. Modem Talking Picture Service 
first emerged as the non-theatrical department 
of that companv'. .\n earl\- pioneer in the licens- 
ing and operation of portable projection service 
for industrv', etc.. Modem's present trade name 
\\'as adopted by its licensees in 1935 and Frank 
-•Vrlinghaus, then of ERPI. was placed in charge 
of this growing activitv'. Modern became an inde- 
pendent corporation on Jul\' 1, 1937, under the 
ownership and management of its distribution 
emplov'ees. 

Services: In 1965, in its 28th vear. Modem 
represents over 400 organizations from industrv', 
commerce and the professions, distributing their 
public relations films to schools, colleges, indus- 
trial plants, offices, and to the public and private 
clubs, and social groups throughout the United 
States and Canada. Other primarv' channels of 
distribution in which Modem is a leading spe- 
cialist include: theatres showing sponsored short 
subjects; television stations. Modem operates a 
network of 32 regional libraries. For sponsors 
utilizing its service, the companv- promotes, ships, 
cleans, repairs, maintains and stores their films. 
.\dditionallv-. it coimts audience attendance, re- 
cords their comments and furnishes the sponsor a 
monthly tabulation. E.xtensive IBM facilities and 
equipment for promotional printing .ire main- 
tained at .New Y'ork headquarters. .■Ml regional 
libraries are equipped for electronic film inspec- 
tion and handling. In 1960, Modem establisned 
its Modem Learning Aids division to distribute 
educational films for purchase, subscription 
(series rental) and lease-to-buy. ML.\ distributes 
film series developed bv' the Physical Science 
Study Committee, CHEMstudy, Colonial Wil- 
liamsburg. SMCG, and others. 
Regional E.\ch-\.n-ges are located in Anchorage, 

BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



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55 




NATIONAL DISTRIBUTORS OF SPONSORED FILMS 



MODERN TALKING PICTURE SERVICE: ROTHACKER INCORPORATED: 

closer tie-in with bis film. Prints are all hand- 
inspected, sound-read, cleaned and repaired and 
a complete record maintained on condition of 
each print. An indi\idual print breakdown with 
classification is always available and print life- 
time guarantee is a part of the ser\ice. Monthly 
exhibition reports sent with fnll information of 
each showing. Special questionnaires and personal 
attendance at screenings provide additional infor- 
mation and can be keyed to supplement com- 
panies' other public relations efforts. 
Foreign' Disthibution: In addition to full cover- 
age throughout the United States and Canada, 
Rothacker. Inc., offers international distribution 
senice for Europe and the Orient. The main 
basis of operation is from Germany with other 
distributors located in England, France, Scandi- 
navia, the Benelux countries, Italy and Switzer- 
land. The foreign distribution is handled in basic- 
ally the same manner as the domestic with special 
emphasis on a>idience selectivity- and a high 
standard of the circulation of each film title. As 
this t\T3e of acti\ih- continues to grow throughout 
Europe, the number of specific outlets in spe- 
cialized categories continues to increase. • 



Alaska (811-8th Ave.); Atlanta, Ca. (714 Spring 
St., N.W.); Boston, Mass. (1168 Commonwealth 
Ave.); Buffalo, N.Y. (1122 W. Chippewa St.); 
Cedar Rapids, la. (129-3rd Ave., S.W'.); Char- 
lotte, \. C. (.501 N. College St.); Chicago, 111. 
(160 E. Grand .^ve.); Cincinnati, Ohio (9 Gar- 
field PI.); Cleveland, Ohio (22.38 Euclid Ave.); 
Dallas, Tex. (1400 Slocum St.); Denver, Colo. 
(922 Bannock St.); Detroit, .Mich. (14.5.33 Sec- 
ond Ave.): Harrisburg, Pa. (928 N. 3rd St.); 
Honolulu, Hawaii (742 Ala Mo.ana Blvd.); Hous- 
ton, Tex. (4084 Westheimcr Rd. ); Indianapolis, 
Ind. (102 E. Vermont St.); Kans.is Citv, Mo. 
(3718 Broadway); Los Angeles, Calif. (1145 N. 
McCadden Place); Memphis, Tenn. (214 S. 
Cleveland St.); Milwaukee, Wis. (1696 N. Astor 
St.); Minneapolis, Minn. (1114 Nicollet Ave.); 
New Orieans, La. (715 Girod St.); New York, 
.N.Y. (1212 Ave. of the Americas); Omaha, Neb. 
(1410 Howard St.); Philadelphia, Pa. (1234 
Spruce St.); Pittsburgh, Pa. (910 Penn Ave.); 
St. Louis, Slo. (201 S. Jefferson); San Francisco, 
Calif. (16 Spear St.); Seattle, Wash. (2100 N. 
4.5th St.); Summit. N.J. (315 Springfield Ave.); 
W.ishington, D.C. (927-19th St., X.W.); Don 
Mills, Ont,ario, Canada (1875 Leshe St.); Mon- 
treal, Canada (485 McGill St.). 
Special Activities: A physical handling services 
is maintained for technical professional and spe- 
cial films. Recent references for sponsor reading 
(a\ailable on letterhead request or by telephone 
from listed sales offices) include: The Modern 
Fact Book of Sponsored Film Distrihution; Busi- 
ness Films at the Movies; Hoie to Reach the 
Television Audience with Business Sponsored 
Films: The Teen Age Market; and How To Hit 
The Bidl's Etje With Your Business Motion Pic- 
ture. 

Skyport Cinema: Free movie lounges in airport 
terminals now operating in Atlanta, Cincinnati, 
Cleveland, Denver, Kansas City and Minneapolis. 
Films provide entertainment and information for 
waiting passengers and are shown continuously 
for about ten hours each day. 

Modern Marketing Programs: Handles the sale 
and rental of business programs to industry; also 
coordinates marketing programs in the sponsored 
film field. • 



ROTHACKER, INC. 
Rothacker Building, 241 West 17th Street, 

New York, N.Y, lOOIl 
Phone: (212) 989-2929 

Douglas D. Rothacker Jr., President 
W. Stanfield Cooper, Vice-President 
Edward F. Psotta, Vice-President 
Merrill E. Laub, Vice-President 
Mayme R. Dawson, Secretary-Treasurer 
Background: Estabhshed in 1910 as the Roth- 
acker Film Manufacturing Co., pioneer producer 
and distributor of sponsored films, the organiza- 
tion was subsequentK' reorganized as Rothacker, 
Inc., and is currently engaged in speciahzed busi- 
ness film distribution throughout the world. 

Services .\.\d Operations: Distribution of spon- 
sored business films through theatrical, non- 
theatrical and television outlets is handled from 
the New York office and the various distributors 
throughout the United States and Europe. Em- 
phasis is put upon reaching exactly the audi- 
ence the sponsor wishes to reach no matter how 
specific or how general that audience may be; 
and this individual approach is accomplished 
through separate promotional campaigns, audi- 
ence selection, publicity and ph\sical handling 
done on a separate basis for each film. A general 
catalogue is not pubhshed since each title re- 
ceives an exclusive handling, thus assuring the 
sponsor of more complete identification and a 



STERLING MOVIES, INC, 
Executive Office: 

375 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10022 
Phone: 586-1717 AC: 212 

Charles F. Dolan, Fresid/'nt 

Sophie C. Hohne, Senior Vice Present 

G. Roger C.ahanev, Executive Vice President 

Morton J. Fink, Vice President, Director of 

Marketing 
William ]. Tro\-, National Sales Manager 

CFE4TIVE PbOCRAMMINC SERVICES 

375 Park Avenue. New York, N.Y. 10022 

Phone: 586-1717 AC: 212 

Edward Atwood, Executive Producer 

Television Presentations, Inc. 

(Closed Circuit DiWsion) 
375 Park Avenue, New York. N.Y. 10022 
Phone: 421-9666 AC: 212 
Ira G. DeLumen, Executive Producer 

National Sales Offices 
Eastern Region 

375 Park Avenue, New York, N,Y. 10022 
Phone: .586-1717 AC: 212 

Morton J. Fink; William J. Tro\-; Sophie C. 
Hohne; Vincent J. Capuzzi 

Washington, D.C. Sales Office 

1750 Pennsjivania Avenue, N.W. 20206 

Phone: 298-5980 AC 202 

Ward French. Regional Sales Manager 

Midwestern Region 

69 W. Washington St., Chicago. 111. 60602 

Phone: 939-6056 .\C: 312 

Frank J. Ha\licek, Vice President 

Gordon J. Hempel 

Western Region 

6290 Sunset Boulevard, Los .\ngeles, Calif. 

90028 
Phone 467-3739 AC: 213 

Ralph Rafik. Regional Sales Manager 

Canadian Sales Office 
Sterling Movies Canada 
4980 Buchan Street, Montreal 9, Quebec 
Phone: 737-1147 .\C: 514 

John Lush, Manager 



BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



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375 Park Avenue 
New York, N.Y. 10022 
Attn; G. R. Cahaney 

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LIVE TELEVISION TELLS SWIFT i^ CO. TURKEY STORY . Direct from 
the Swift It Co. kitchens in Chicago, Martha Logan advised television audi- 
ences in 50 cities (30 of which in top 100 markets) how to prepare and 
carve the turkey for the holidays. Sterling Movies arranged live telecasts 
on open^^frp'''^""*'"^::^! proR£ams prior^o ThapJii2.\vmB and Cho """"^ M^xJ^ia / \ 

News Briefs is a to-tfie-point newsletter which contains creative solutions to a wide 
range of communications problems. Sponsored films for schools, groups, TV & theatre 
audiences. Radio for the general public. Closed circuit TV for more audiences than you 
might think. Published whenever we have enough legitimate information to give you 
solid news. 



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57 



NATIONAL DISTRIBUTORS OF SPONSORED FILMS 



STERLING MOVIES INCORPORATED: 
Regional Film Exchanges 
Eastern Operations Headquarters: 43 West 6Lst 
St., New York, \.Y. 10023. Plioiie: 586-1717 
AC: 212, Ceorjje Wisker, Actitiii Operations Man- 
ager, Joseph Siheiniintz. Complroller, Oplielia 
Brussajy, Manager TV Dcpl.. Joliii .Saitta. Manag- 
er, Data Process- Dipt. NIarie Kullotk, Manager. 
Promotion Dept.; Midwestern Regional Office: 
309 West Jackson Blvd., Chicago, Ilhnois 60606. 
Phone: 939-60.56 -AC: 312. Gordon ]. Hempel, 
Manager 

Southwestern Regional Office: 100 University 
Ave., Fort Worth. Tex. 76107. Phone: 332-7184 
AC: 817, I. L. Miller, Manager; Western Region- 
al Office: 6290 Sunset Blvd.. Los .Angeles, Cahf. 
90028. Phone: 464-2656 .\C: 213. Ralph Rafik, 
Regional Manager, Heather For.s\th. TV Co- 
ordinator; Canadian Office; 4980 Buchan St.. 
Montreal 9, Quebec. Phone: 737-1147 AC: 514, 
John Lush, Manager. 

Services: National, regional and special-market 
distribution of sponsored motion pictures to the 
following audiences: Television stations, motion 
picture theatres, business and professional audi- 
ences, general adult audiences, colleges and uni- 
versities, high schools, elementary schools. Serv- 
ices include audience promotion and publicity, 
print inspection and maintenance, monthly ac- 
tivity reports, quarterK- inventor)- reports, special 
audience analyses. Other programs: Sponsor's 
Service, nation-wide s\stem of servicing book- 
ings arranged b\' sponsor; Library Service, na- 
tion-wide s\stem of servicing fihn programs un- 
der sponsor's identity; Promotion Service, audi- 
ence development service in which bookings are 
serviced by sponsor. Creative Programming Serv- 
ices, creation and syndication of informational 
programming materials for public media: tele- 
vision, radio, theatre. Television: News-Screen, 



6()-second sponsored news film stories for TV 
news pr<)gi;uns; TV Tempo, (jnarter-hour film 
p;irticip;itioii piogram of five 2*^2 minute stories, 
rclca.scd hi-monthK ; Tele-L<'eture, i[iterview for- 
nuit lor pUjciiig business and industry spokesmen 
on local TV programs. Radio: Rad'o Tempo, 
(juiirtcr-hour participation program of four yh 
mitiutc stories, released inonthK'. CinisUtine Call- 
ing. intcr\iew i()rni;it toi pLicing business ;ind 
industry spokesmen on local r;idio programs. 

Theatre: Cavalcade, 10-minute, 35mm, color 
piirticipation film series of five two-mimite stories. 
Four releases per year. Telev'Isiov Presenta- 
tions: Closed circuit fLvision. Phuuiing, creative 
and production ser\ices in prepar'iig programs 
for closed-circuit TV distribution. Distribution ot 
live and videotape programs. Programming and 
operation of closed-circuit TV "networks' 'for con- 
ventions, seminars, sales meetings. Planning and 
installations of closed-circuit system for inter- 
comp;iny use. • 



UNITED WORLD FILMS, INC. 
Headquarters Office: 

221 Park Avenue, S., New York, N.Y. 10003 
Phone: (212) SPring 7-6600 

James M. Franey, President 

Murray Goodman, Vice-President, Castle Pack- 
aged Films 

John D. Desmond, Vice-President, Distribution 
Services 

Donald Freeberg, Director, Advertising & 
Sales Promotion 

Edward S. Riley, Director of Purchasing 

Leo Guelpa, Director of Research 

Richard Lukin, E.xecutive Producer 

Frank J. Gilhaus, Manager, Branch Operations 



UNITED WORLD FILMS INCORPORATED: 

Arthur McLaughlin, Director, Sponsored Film 

Department 
f :harles McGratty, As.'iistant Director 

SpoM.viircf/ Film Distribution Services 
Ralph Ryder. Manager, Educational Films 

Department 

New York Regional Area 
221 Park Ave., New York, N.Y. 10003 
Phone: (212) SPring 7-6600 
Herbert Sidel, Manager 

Caiu .\c.o BFf:ioNAL Ahea 
.542 S. Dearborn St., Chicago, III. 60605 
Phone: (312) WAbash 2-7840 
Dan Bishop, Manager 

Los .\ngeles Regional Area 
1025 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 

90038 
Phone: (213) HOUywood 5-5136 

William Powers, Manager 

Portland Regional Ave\ 
5023 N.E. Sandy Blvd., Portland, Ore. 97213 
Phone: (503) ATlantic 1-9732 

Stephen Tuckman, Manager 

Atlanta Regional Area 
287 Techwood Drive, Atlanta, Ga. 30313 
Phone: (404) JAckson 3-6201 

J. Hunt, Manager 

Dallas Regional Area 
6434 Maple Ave., Dallas, Texas 75235 
Phone; (214) FLeetwood 2-1830 

P. Howard. Manager 

Background; United World Films was organized 
in 1946. It is part of the Music Corporation of 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



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NATIONAL DISTRIBUTORS OF SPONSORED FILMS 



UNITED WORLD FILMS INCORPORATED: 

America, whiili iiicliulcs Universal Pictures, Uni- 
versal Citv Stiulios, Inc.. Decca Records, Inc., 
and MC-^-TV, Inc. In 1946 United World Films 
purchased the Bell & Howell Film-O-Sound li- 
hrary which was the largest film library operat- 
ing in the United States. In 1946 United also 
purchased outright Castle Films, the largest pro- 
ducer and distributor of 8mm and 16mm sound 
and silent motion pictures. 

.Services: Since its organization. United World 
Films has distributed sponsored films for indus- 
try. Distribnticm is conducted for non-theatrical, 
television and theatrical audiences through 4.3 
distribution offices located throughout the United 
States. United also produces and distributes class- 
room teaching films to the nation's schools. It 
makes available on 16nim film all of its own com- 
pany (Uni\ersal) featme theatrical titles along 
with selected features from Paramount and J. 
.Arthur Rank. Demand for its films comes from 
clubs, business organizations, colleges, universi- 
ties, high schools, women's organizations, agricul- 
tural groups, etc. These audiences are constanth- 
increasing and United uses this source of fresh 
new audience contacts for distributing their 
clients' sponsored films. In the distribution of 
their clients' 3.5mm sponsored films. United uti- 
lizes the theatrical knowledge, experience and 
contacts of Universal Pictures, its parent compa- 
n\-. Bv reason of its affinity with MCA, United 
has the added opportunit\' to be in constant con- 
tact with the program departments of television 
stations throughout the country. These contacts 
are used b\' United in arranging showings for its 
clients' films. 

Promotion antj Publicity-: United not only pro- 
duces indi\idual advertising and brochures for 
each of their clients' pictures, but also has avail- 
able the extra advertising exposure via listings in 
other film catalogs produced by the company and 
distributed to 16mm audiences. United maintains 
booths and exhibits at the important convention 
and audio-visual demonstration centers through- 
out the world. 

Print Services -\xd Maintenance: Because it 
is part of a professional motion picture distribu- 
tion organization. United maintains the highest 
standard of inspection. Prints are inspected and 
cleaned utilizing the latest electronic equipment. 
Scratched prints are repaired under a special 
film coating process. United also shares in the 
cost of replacing any prints damaged during the 
earh" years of distribution. 

Film Users Evalc-\tion" Reports: Certified at- 
tendance report forms are supplied to the client 
on e\ery showing. 

Monthly Reports: The sponsor receives de- 
tailed perfonuance reports which supply audience 
information by type and size. A detailed re- 
capitulation of the cumulati\e total audience is 
supplied each month together with information 
on number of showings, bookings and the like. 
Television Dep.\rtme.nt: This department spe- 
cializes in the distribution of client sponsored 
films to commercial and educational TV stations 
utilizing TV .station contacts of MCA. 

Theatrical Film Department: Through this 
department, arrangements are made for quality 
theatrical distribution dates utihzing the exper- 
ience and theater contacts of the parent firm. 
Universal Pictures. The latter compan>' has had 
o\er .50 years experience in theatrical distribu- 
t on and was the first organized motion picture 
compaiu' in the industr\'. United also makes ar- 
rangements for its sponsored clients through its 
film editing staff to produce 35mm prints from 
existing 16nmi prints via a special process. These 
35mm prints are thereafter exhibited in the na- 
tion's tneaters. Professional advertising is em- 
ploxed by United in the exploitation of its clients' 
fibus in the theatrical distribution. 



.\oN-TiiEATRiCAL DivisiO-N: f:lubs. Organizations, 
colleges, universities, men's and women's groups, 
high schools, agricultural groups, etc. are but 
some of the audiences supplied to their clients 
by this division of United. Film showings are 
arranged, advance booking notices supplied, 
monthly reports and recapitulations utihzing au- 
tomatic business machines. 

Sponsor-Generated Distribution: Where a 
client wishes to solicit and obtain bookings him- 
self. United provides the physical handling, in- 
spection, storage and distribution of such films 
utilizing its professional experience and facili- 
ties. Additional services include "custom" pro- 
motion and national research can also be obtained 
under this tv-pe distribution. 

"Custom" Services: United produces a "custom" 
service which includes promotional kits supplied 
(under a special contract service with its client) 
by United to each film audience. This gives the 
sponsored client the added public relations ef- 
fect surrounding each local community film dis- 
tribution. It is accomphshed by United's pubhcity 
di\'ision and advertising staff which prepares 
special news releases, film guides, advertising 
mats and special posters for use by local film 
exhibiting audience. 

National Research Facilities: United has en- 
gaged a national research organization on a per- 
manent basis for the purpose of conducting a 
detailed research on questions of importance and 
interest to its clients. Such things as preferred 
length of films, content and the Uke is obtained 
from audiences throughout the country. • 



INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTORS 
OF THE SPONSORED FILM 



INFORFILAA 

Headquarters Office: 

147 ave. de I'Hippodrome, Brussels 5, Belgium 

Phone: 47.10.03-47.28.77 

Jan Botennans, General Secretary 

MEMBER COMPANIES 

avenue de rHippodrome, 



Belgium: Sofedi, 14 
Brussels 5. 



1875 



Canada: Modem Talking Picture Service, 
Leslie Street, Don Mills ,Ontario. 

Denmark: Erhvervenes Film Center, 22 Kobma- 
gergade, Copenhagen. 

Finland: Filmivhtima Ov, Kaisaniemenkatu 13A, 
Helsinki. 

France: Cefilm, 31 avenue Pierre ler de Serbie, 
Paris 16. 

Germany: Konferenz der Landesfilmdienste, 
Rheinallee 59. Bad Gixlesberg. 

Great Britain: Sound-Services Ltd., Wilton Cres- 
cent. Merton Park, London S W. 19. 

Italy: Difi, 3 Via Domenico Chelini, Rome. 

Japan: Educational Film Exchange, 3 Ginza 
N'ishi: 6-Chome, ChuokTj, Tokvo. 

Netherlands: Technical Film Center, Stadhou- 
derslaan 152. The Hague. 

New Zealand: The H. J. .Ashton Company Ltd., 
Box 2.541, Auckland. 

Sweden: Swedish Council for Personnel Adminis- 
tration, Sturegatan 58, Stockholm O. 

Switzerland: Schmalfilm Zentrale, Erlachstr 21, 
Bern: Schweizerisches Film-Archiv, Ankerstrasse 

3, Zurich 3/36. 

United States of .\merica: Modem Talking Pic- 
ture Service, 1212 Avenue of the .Americas, 
New York, N.Y. 10036. 

European Office: 358, Strand, London W.C. 2. 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



Remember Those 

GOOD OLD DAYS? 

People cared about the kind of service they gave. 
Employees cared about the jobs they did. 

Conservative virtues, such as 

Doing the job well 
Having integrity 
Living up to the contract 
Keeping clients happy 

were the rule of the day. 

We are very contemporary in the way we function — the way 
we key the film distribution to each sponsor's needs — the way 
we continue to improve and refine our operation. 



But when it comes to the UOOU. things about the GOOQ. Olu. DiyS - 



we're still a bit old-fashioned. 



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UIE nSKED mETRO/KmunR 

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"With our Metro/Kalvar Model 135/16 Printer-Processors we're pro- 
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says Dr. Samuel N. Stevens, Jr., President, Psychotechnics, Inc., Chicago, 
Illinois, specialists in reading training aids for industry and education. 



You too can enjoy the simplicity of producing top-quality, long wearing, 
B&W release prints with Metro Kalvar's Printer Processors and unique. 
heat developing, dry-process print films. Operating at speeds up to 
100 fpm, the Model 135 16 provides both printing and processing in a 
single pass. Requiring only electrical power, installation of the desk-top 
Model 135 16 is practical anywhere. And, with the simplicity of the 
Metro/Kalvar process, no special operator skills are needed. 

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(CONTINUED FRO.M THE PRECEDING PAGE 60) 

RANK FILM LIBRARY 

.\intrce Road, Peri\ale, Greenford, Middx. 
Phone: Perivale 6666 
Cables: Gebescope-Greenford 

A. R. Hodge, Executive Director 

A. H. Hall, General Manager 

L. Francis, Film Sales Manager 

D. R. Pluck, Film Hire Sales Manager 
B.\CKCRoiND; The largest 16min film distribu- 
tion library in Europe, founded in 1933, special- 
izing in entertainment, education and industrial 
training films. 

Services: The Librar\ provides distribution facili- 
ties for sponsored films, with special arrange- 
ments for promotion on behalf of sponsors out- 
side the British Isles. Service studio for foreign 
language narration and dubbing, titling, editing 
and print production. Publishes a "Sponsored 
Film Catalogue" and a quarterly "Filin News" 
distributed to each address on mailing list. 



SOUND SERVICES LIMITED 
Kingston Rd., Merton Park, London SVV 19 
Phone: Liberty 7201; Tel: Servisound 

H. S. Hind, and 

E. S. -Morden. Joint Managing Directors 
M. J. Nichols, Film Library Manager 
Services: In its 31st year, Sound Services' dis- 
tribution is NCR/ Elliot computer-controlled, 
providing rapid and accurate dispatch, retrieval 
and report facilities for some 450 clients. Full 
librar\' services include promotion, shipping, 
maintenance, insurance and storage of films, 
backed b\' regular monthly reports on attendance 
and audience characteristics. Specialized promo- 
tion to selected audiences is also available. Road 
show campaigns include projection facilities for 
non-equipped groups. Sales promotion, other 
meetings are arranged and services throughout 
England and Europe. 



TECHNICAL FILM CENTRE 

152 Stadhoiiderslann, The Hague. Netherlands 
Phone: The Hague 55.83.00: Cables: TECH- 
FILM 

K. J. Blaauw, Managing Director 

L. deVries. Managing Director 
Services; A service to industry, commerce and 
education in the fields of distribution, production 
and utilization of films, filnistrips. etc. Sponsored 
film distribution: production of sound filmstrips 
and slides: sales of audiovisual equipment. Art- 
work .studio; filmstrip laboratory. A free-loan 
film librarv- is run as part of the general lending 
librarv service. Promotion through catalogues, 
a monthly magazine, press releases, direct maiL 
MonthK' reports on utilization of films. Mainte- 
nance, storage and handling. Dutch and foreign 
language dubbing in TFC sound studios. Mem- 
ber of Inforfilm. 



ASIA TELEFILMS 

No. 1-1-24 \iveknagar, Hyderabad-20, India 
Phone: 36112 

D. M. Sapru. MA. FRES. C/i<iir»iuii 

Miss S. Neelima. Executive Director 

N. Mohan. Manager, Films Distribution Dept. 

SERvic:t:.s: Distribution of sponsored industrial, 

educational, commercial films and TV shorts, 

travelogs and features, newsfilms and special 

I events coverage. • 



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Stubborn pride. An instinct for getting results. A 
powerful, professional sense of audio-visual impact. 

At IVC, we leave nothing to chance. We take total charge of 
planning, writing, production and distribution. The results 
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The following represents only a partial list of IVC clients. 
A complete list is available on request. 



American National Red Cross 
A & P Food Stores 
Arnold Bakers, Inc. 
Becton, Dickinson & Co. 
Brunswick Corporation 
E. I. duPont deNemours & Co. 
Eaton Yale & Towne, Inc. 



Empire State Building Company 
Gaines Dog Research Center 
General Foods Corporation 
MacGregor/Brunswick 
Mead Johnson & Company 
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 



Melville Shoe Corp. 

(Thom McAn Shoes) 
The New York Times 
Paper Cup & Container 

Institute, Inc. 
Pharmaco, Inc. 



Radio Corporation of America 
Sterling Drug Co. (Bayer Aspirin) 
Texaco, Inc. 

Trans-World Airlines, Inc. 
United Fruit Company 
U. S. Plywood Corp. 
White Laboratories, Inc. 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE 

Office of Public Affairs: Directorate for 

Defense Information— Audio-Visual Division 

The Pentagon, Washington, D. C. 20301 

• This Di\ ision is the central Annc<l Forces con- 
tact for news media and prochiccrs in the impor- 
tant fields of radio, television, still pictnrcs and 
motion pictures. Direct contacts on national and 
international release matters in these fields are: 

-Vorman T. Hatch, Chief. Audio-Visual Dioision 
Phone: O.Xford 7-4162 

C:DR Ed«ard F. Roeder, USN, Chief. Audio- 
Visual Productions Branch 
Phone: OXford 7-09,55 

Lt. Col. Lonzie I. Dukes, USA, Chief. Audio- 
\ i.sual \'( us Branch 
Phone: 0.\ 7-5111 
AcTiviTiE.s: The Audio-\'isual Productions Branch 
approves release of Armed Forces stock foot:iKe 
which cannot be procured commcrci:ill\ for 
newsfilm television proRrams. theatrical produc- 
tions, etc. The Branch cooperates with producers 
of some 35 major theatrical productions and 10- 
12 TV series featuring or relating to the .\rmed 
Forces. Infomiation on Armed Forces films avail- 
able for public non-profit showinR or cleared for 
public service T\" programs cm be obtained 
from the Alldio-^'i.sual Productions Branch. 

The Audio-\isual News Branch releases 
aporoximately 300 (2-3 minute) .subfccts to the 
T\'. newsfilm and theatrical newsfilm media 
annually. It maintains two small Pentagon stu- 
dios for servicing the news media and radio pro- 
grams, which feature inteniews with top De- 
fense officials. In addition, the Audio-\'isual 
Xexvs Branch releases taped and filmed mes- 
sages bv Secreta-ies and .Service Chiefs, provides 
advice :in<l guidance to docnmentarv film and 
T\' nro<lucers on military subjects. 

The Branch also releases to the press and tele- 
Mson approximately 2.000 photograph s per year. 

Armed Forces Institute of Pathology 

Medlfol Illustration Service 

Washington, D. C. 20305 

Morris M Coldberg, Chief. Medical 
lllustrat'on Service 
Phone: 576-2866 

|ohn A. Ev. Jr.. As.it. Chief. Medical 
lllustrat'on Serv'ce 
Phone: 576-2867 

James \. Young. C/i!<f. Train ns Aids Division 
Phone: 576-2865 

Miss D:itsv B. Howze. Chief. Audio-Visual 
Support Center 
Phone: .576-2864 

' nviTiES: This Institute makes or .supervises 
I Iriis for the .Amied Forces on medical subjects. 
F.\(:iLiTiEs: In-house capabilitv. and contracts 
through Office of the Chief, Communication- 
Electronics. 

Dlstbiihtiox: AFIP operates a I' S. Army Au- 
do-Vi'siial Support Center for medical films. The 
Institute procures and loans films for the Medi- 
cal Senices of the .Armed Forces. Unclassified 
films .ire .ivailable to members of the medical 
profession, with borrowers paying return post- 
age. For information about available films, write 
the Superintendent of Documents. Covemment 
Iriiling Office. Washington. DC. 20402 and 
I' (,r to The Film Reference Guide for Medicine 
iiud Allied Sc'enees. 



Directorate for Armed Forces 
Information and Education 

P;inl J. Murdock, C/ii(f, Motion Picture 
Division 
Phone: O.Xford 4-4943 

Dallas Ilalverstadf, A<isistant Chief 
Phone: OXford 4-4944 



ARMED FORCES: INFORMATION & EDUCATION 

• This office produces and distributes informa- 
tion films for the use of the Armed Forces. Films 
are distributed through the film exchanges of 
each service, through on-base theaters, and to 
■Armed Force s T\' netvsorks in overseas locations. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE 
The Pentagon, Washington, D. C. 

• The U.S. .Air Force produces approximately 
400-500 reels of film each year b\' contract with 
commercial producers or in-service. These films 
are used b\ ;ill levels of management for educa- 
tion, trailing :ind informational briefings. 
Activities: Headquarters, USAF at the Penta- 
gon, Washington. D.C. The management focal 
point within the Air Staff for all photographic 
policN is the .Aiid'0-\isiial Systems Division. Di- 
rectorate of Operations. Complete address is: 

Hn. U.S. Air Force 
AF.XOPXB 

W;ishington. D.C. 20330 
The ke\- personnel in charge of the program are: 

Col. William F. Gallogly 

Thomas E. Farmer 

This office is responsible for determining or 
v.ilidating requirements for all .A'r Force motion 
pictures and insuring that the capabilitv exists 
within the .Air Force to either procure them bv 
contract or produce them with in-house facilit'es. 
In this respect, they monitor the .Aerospace .Audio 
V'isual Service, a technical service under the 
Militarv .Airlift Command. Comnlete address is- 
Hq MAC (MAXPDV) Scott AFB. Ill 62225. 
The kev personnel in charge of the nrograni are: 
Lt. Col. Robert J. Arblaster and Maior PhOUp 
Krasney. The -Aerospace .Audio-X'isual Service 
is directlv- responsible for producing or nrocur- 
ing films, adeonate photographic documentation 
of the total Air Force m's.sion and d-stribiition 
of release prints. 

Facilitifs: The Aerospace Audio-Visual Serv-Ve. 
Orlnido. .AFB. F'nrida. is the headouarters for 
the .Air Force world-w'de nhotopraoh'C program. 
Complete motion nictnre nrodiKtion fac'ht'es 
located at the nfi'^th Phototrraph'c Snuadron. 
Orlando, AFB. Florida, and at tho 1.3."2nd Photo- 
granhic Grnun. Lei's .Angeles. California, support 
Air Force-wide production requirements. 

1.350th Motion Picture Squadron. AAVS. 
Wright-Patterson .AFB. Ohio, is responsible for 
contract nrocuremept and commerci:il produc- 
tion of .Air Force films, and provides in-service 
engineering and film report U-pe productions to 
technic.ll commands. The 1350th Motion Picture 
.Squadron .ilso maintains the USAF Film Deposi- 
tor\-. a film archive wnth historical and current 
film footage holdings in excess of 99.000.000 
feet. 

.AA\'S also maintains photo(?r'>nhie units at 
\\-indcnbur<! AFB. T.ompoc. Calif.: Ent AFB. 
Colorado Sorings. Colo.; and .Andrews AFB. 
Camn Snrings. Md. to provide documentary 
.ind instrumentation coverage of .Ai'r Force mis- 
sile and other act'vilies. A squadron based at 
Ton Smi Xhut .AB. near Siigon. Vietnam, h.an- 
dles all Air Force photogranhic requireinents — 
including gun cameras, strike photography and 
combat documentation Imt eX'JudinT recon- 
naissance photogranhv — throughout the entire 
combat zone. Combat documentarv teams, can- 
able of ran'd denlov-ment anvwhere in the world, 
are "ermanentlv located at M:irch .AFB Riverside 
C:ilif.; Offult AFB. nm:iha. Nebr.; and Westover 
AFB. Chicooee F:i"s. \|.ass. Photogr iphic de- 
tachments are also located overseas, in the F:ir 
East. Europe and certain other areas of the 
world, to nrovide historical and combat docu- 
mentation film coverige of important events of 
national and .Air Force interest. 

.Add tional infomiation regarding the .Air Force 
Film Program ma\- be obtained by contactinR: 
Col. William S. Bark.sdale. Jr. 

Commander. .Aerospace Audio-Visual Scrv- 






Audio-Visual 

)grams 

in the 

United States 

Government 

Tir tV -6- 



.\\ .\LPH.\BETICAL INDEX 

Aeronautics and Space Adminis- 
tration, The National 80 

.Agriculture, The Department of . . . 68 

.Air Force, Department of the .... 65 

.Army, Department of the 66 

.Atomic Energy Commission. The . .82 

Commerce. The Di'partment of . . .68 

Defense. The Department of 65 

Federal .Aviation Agency, The ....78 

General Services Administration . .84 

Health, Education and Welfare ... .72 

Information .Agency. The U. S 82 

Int:rior. Department of The 76 

Library of Congress, The 84 

Navy, Department of the 66 

Peace Corps, The 84 

Post Offic; Department, The 80 

Transportation, Department of 78 

Treasur.v Department, The U. S. . . 80 



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audio-visual programs 
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DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCt 

ice. Orlando AFB, Florida 3281.3 
Phone; (305) 841-5611. cxt. 501 

Lt. Col. Donnell E. Bjoring, Deputy Chief 
of Staff, .Aerospace .\iidio-Visual 
.Service (.MAC) Operations, 
Orlando. AFB, Fla. 32813 
Phone: (305) 841-5611, ext. 2226 

• Specific information regarding the Commer- 
cial Production of Mr Force films may be ob- 
tained by contacting: 

Major Lawrence C. Albers, Commander 
1350th Motion Picture Squadron, AAVS 
(M.AC) 

Wright-Patterson AFB. Ohio 45433 
Phone: (513) 25.5-3058 

DisTBiBLTiON: Approxed Air Force films, film- 
strips and related \isual aids are distributed b\- 
the Aerospace -Audio-Visual Service (MAC) 
through the centralized facilities of the .Air Force 
Film Library Center, St. Louis. Mo. This facili- 
ty routineK distributes 360,000 films per year 
to Air Force units and other agencies all over the 
world. The present active in\'entory consists of 
nearK' one-half million prints of more than 6,000 
separate film subjects. The Film Library Center 
also maintains o\erseas central Film Libraries 
located in Gemianx', Panama. Japan and .Alaska, 
with a Branch Film Library in the United King- 
dom. Thcie libraries are strategically placed and 
stocked to ser\ice approximately 140 Base Film 
Libraries located throughout the world. Informa- 
tion regarding distribution of these films can be 
obtained b\' contacting: 

Major Theodore R. Hammer, Commander, 
1356th Film Librar\- Squadroji. .A.AVS 
(MAC) . 8900 South Broadway. 
St. Louis- ^'■ssou^i 63125 
Phone: MElrose 1-4800, ext. 671 

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 

Pentagon. Washington, D.C- 20315 

• The Chief, Communications-Electronics of 
the .Army is responsible for policy matters on 
the procurement, production, distribution and 
utilization of all official motion pictures of the 
-Army. As the D.A Staff contact point, all film 
programs are coordinated by the Pictorial & 
.Audio-\'isual Di\'ision of the Office of the Chief, 
Communications-Electronics. Information per- 
taining to pictorial and audio-\isual activities may 
be obtained from the following: 

Col C. W. Huff. Chief, Pictorial & Aiirfio 

Visual Division 

Phone: O.Xford 7-3520 
Lt. Col. R. F. Dubes, Chief Photographic 

Branch 

Phone: OXford 5-3806 
Lt. Col. G. T. Gabelia. Chief. Television 

Branch 

Phone: OXford 5-4395 
James .A. Moses, Chief, A\udio-Visiial 

Distribution and Utilization 

Phone; O.Xford 7-2039 

The -Army Pictorial Center is responsible for 
the actual production and initial distribution of 
official motion pictures and related audio-visual 
materials. Information concerning contracts for 
writing, production and procurement may be ob- 
tained from: 
Commanding Officer, .Army Pictorial Center, 

35-11 3.5tli .A\enue. Long Island Citv, New 

York 11106. Phone: 937-0600. 

.AvDio-\'isiAL Support Centers. -All official mo- 
tion pictures, film strips, transparencies, language 
training materials and related audio-visual ma- 
I terial are distributed throughout the U.S. Army 
1 by the .Army Audio-\'isual Support Distribution 



and Utilization System. This system is composed 
of three segments: (1) the Pictorial & Audio- 
\isual Division, OCC-E; (2) the Distribution 
Branch of the .Army Pictorial Center; and (3) 
the network of ,Audio-\'isual Support Centers lo- 
cated at headquarters major commands, major 
service schools and throughout the Zone of the 
Interior and overseas connnands. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY 
Washington, D. C. 20390 

• The U.S. Department of the Navy produces 
motion pictures and still photographs for such 
purposes as training, maintaining fleet readiness, 
explaining new weapons and devices, and for 
medical, historical, indoctrination, safety and re- 
cniiting uses, public relations, to name a few 
key subject areas. 

• Information and General Policy Procedures on 
all aspects of the Navy film program, including 
application information for commercial producers 
interested in bidding on Navy c-ontract films, are 
handled bv the Commander. Naval .Air Sy.stems 
Command' (AlR-5393), .Nav\ Department, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 20360. 

Captain ]. J. Crowder. USN-Code (AIR-5393) 
Director. Photograph'c Division 
Phone: OXford 8-3416 

E. L. Randel, Code (AIR-.5393) Head, Train- 
ing Film & Motion Picture Branch. Photo- 
graphic Division 
Phones; O.Xford 8-3470. OXford 8-3472 

• Procurement policies and procedures, which 
involve information on technical questions re- 
garding bids, are handled bv the Officer in 
Charge. Navv Purchasing Office. Washington. 
D.C. 20390. 

Cdr. Donald A. Needham. US.N, Officer in 

Cliarge 

Phone: OXford 8-2901 
M. D. Bennett, Acting Director 

Purchase Division 

Phone: O.Xford 8-2844 
F.\cii.iTiEs: The U. S. Naval Photographic Cen- 
ter, a field activiU^ of the Naval .Air S\stems Com- 
mand, is the central photographic laboratory for 
the Nav\- Department and the Na\-y's largest 
photographic acti\it\. The Center, composed of 
about 540 militan,- and civilian personnel, pro- 
vides photographic assistance and specialized 
services to the entire Naval Establishment, super- 
vises the production of Navv- training films and 
maintains the Navv's motion picture and still 
photographic film libraries and motion picture 
distribution division. 

The motion picture production facilities at the 
Center are modem and complete. There is a 
sound stage, film and tape recording and mix- 
ing equipment, an art and animation group and 
editorial branch. Here experienced script writers 
and artists collaborate with Navv- photographers 
.-md technicians, maintaining high standards of 
aualitv for Navv- productions. The processing 
division has the capability to develop and print 
negative film and release prints in 35nim .ind 
16mm black-and-white and negative-positive 
color. .About 75 percent of all Nav-y- films, how- 
ever, are contracted with established commercial 
producers. 

In addition, there is a growing requirement for 
films to report on the Navy's research and de- 
velopment activitv. To meet this need, a T\ 
closed circuit kinescope facilitv- has been in- 
stalled. Two video tape recorders and kine-record- 
ers together with viscomat processing make for 
rapid completion of urgent films. 

Extensive libraries of both still and motion 
picture photography are maintained at the Cen- 
ter. Library- services are provided to the Naval 
Establishment, other government agencies and 
to commercial concerns on a cash sale basis. The 
Still Picture Department produces all types of 
still photographv such as press, serials, murals, 
and official portraits. Modem continuous roll 
paper printing and processing units meet the 
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of the U.S. government: 

DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY: 

also complete negative, positive and transparencA 
color processing facilities. 

A research and de\cl()i)nient group conducts 
tests, experimentations, development and evalu- 
ation of pliotographic c<iiiipment. Here, technical 
photographic specifications, instructions and other 
publications are also prepared. Inlomiation about 
NPC may be obtained from: Conim.iiid ng Ot- 
ficer. Naval Photographic Center. V. S. \aval 
Station. Washington D.C. 20390 
Captain R. G. Hanecak, USN, 

Coiiniianiliug Officer 

Phone: OXford 8-2101 

Cdr. T. E. DeVeas, U.S.\. Head 

Motion Picture Department 

Phone: OXford 8-2U2 
Di.sTuimTioN: Prints of all Navy films available 
to the public can be purchased from Du.-^rt Labs, 
Inc., 24.5 W. .5.5th St.. New York, New York, 
UTider an annual contract administered b\ the 
General Services .administration. Civilians mav 
borrow films from Naval District Public Informa- 
tion Officers, Training Aids Libraries, Aviation 
Films Libraries. Recruiting Stations and Public 
Infomiation Offices located throughout the L'nited 
States will serve government requests for film 
showings. Requests for the use of Navv stock 
footage in commercial productions should be 
submitted to the Chief of information. Navv 
Department, Washington, D. C. 20350. 

United States Marine Corps 

• For information on I'. S. Marine Corps films, 
which are produced bv the Department of the 
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Hcad(|uarters, V. S. .Marine Corps 
Henderson Hall 
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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Office of Information 
Motion Picture Service 
Washington, D. C. 202.50 

• The Motion Picture Service ot the USDA 
produces motion pictmes in color and black-and- 
white on agricultural and related subjects for 
various agencies within the Department and, on 
occasion, for other Government agencies. Pro- 
duction and laboratory services are also available 
on a cooperative basis with land grant colleges 
and universities. 

Martin Lobdell, Chief Motion Pieture Service 

Phone: DUdlev' 8-6072 
Homer Boor, Producer 

Phone: DUdley 8-3628 
Judd Scott, Producer 

Phone: DUdley 8-6518 
Gilbert Courtnev, Producer 

Phone: DUdley 8-3319 
Joseph Sanders, Chief, Business Management 

Phone: DUdley 8-7263 
Arthur Foster, Chief of Lahorutoni 

Phone: DUdley 8-6747 
James E. Alford, Chief of Distribution 

Phone: DUdley 8-5246 
Mrs. .\nne Ware, Stock Footage Librarian 
Phone: DUdley 8-3629 
Activities: The USD.\ currently has more than 
300 films in distribution with an estimated audi- 
ence of 380 million persons. These f Ims cover 
such subjects as conservation, forestry, agricul- 
tural research, insect eradication, control of ani- 
mal diseases, consumer infonnation, ruial area 
development, nutrition and marketing. .Maintains 
an e.xtensive 16mm color stock footage librarv' of 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE: 

agricultural scenes which are for sale at nom- 
inal cost. 

Facilities: The USD.\ Motion Picture Service 
has complete in-service production and labora- 
tory facilities which have been in continuous op- 
eration since 1912. 

Distribution: Films for school and group show- 
ings are distributed through 69 cooperative film 
libraries located in each state. Films for TV book- 
ings are distributed directly from Washington, 
and prints of most films may be purchased from 
Du.\rt Film Laboratories, Inc., 245 W. .5.5th St.. 
New York, N.Y"., 10019. Catalogues arc available 
of motion pictures, films suitable for T\' show- 
ing, state produced films and of stock footage 
scenes. 

Publications: Two catalogs contain complete 
listings of L'SDA motion pictures: one of these 
provides data on films for general 16mm distri- 
bution; the other lists films available for public 
service showings bv' television stations. 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
Washington, D. C. 20230 

• The \J. S. Department of Commerce produces 
and circulates motion pictures dealing with those 
domestic and foreign subjects relating to the 
offices under the jurisdiction of this Department. 

Business & Defense Service Administration 
James L. Ohver, Director 

Scientific, Photographic and Business 

Hquipment Division 

Phone: WOrth 7-3518 
Earl Young, Motion Picture Anahjst, Motion 

Picture & Photographic Products Branch 

Phone: \\'Orth 7-2911 

• The Motion Picture and Photographic Prod- 
ucts Branch was established to serve the motion 
picture apparatus, equipment and supplies indus- 
tries. It performs many functions, some of the 



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audio-visual programs 
of ttie U.S. government: 

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE: 
more iuiportaut being to ioster, jiroinote, and 
develop the foreign and domestic trade of these 
industries. It provides market development coun- 
sel to producers and exporters on where and 
how to cultivate and expand their overseas sales, 
acquire distributors, facilitate the acquisition ol 
(rozeii remittances, and render assistance in other 
problem areas. It also participates in tariff and 
trade negotiations, maintains constant surveil- 
lance of foreign trade trends, and periodicallv 
issues concise basic infonriation releases for in- 
dustrv guidance. The Branch acts as the focal 
point for industrv' with reference to advice and 
guidance to other agencies and use of other 
agency facilities. 

Environmental Science 
Services Administration (ESSA) 
Stanlev B. Eames, Director of 

Public Information 
George A. (Jeff) Baker, Rat/io/ TV/ Fi/m 
Officer 

Phone: (301) 496-8243 
• ESSA established a centrahzed film develop- 
ment office within the Office of Public Infoniia- 
tion in 1966 to administer and supervise the pro- 
duction of infoniiational and educational films 
for all components of the Agency. Film and tape 
spots, short and special features for both radio 
and TV also are under the direction of this of- 
fice. .A new informational film on tornados, to 
replace an older production on this subject, is 



.scheduled for release in the early spring of 1967. 
Other old films on the earth sciences also arc 
slated lor updating and reissuance. 

The development of new films and an expand- 
ed stock lontage librarv' arc in the blueprints f(n" 
this office. ESS.A's film lihrarv' now combines 
films formerly distributed Ijy the U.S. Weather 
Bureau, the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey and 
the Ionospheric Radio Propagation Laboratory of 
the Bureau of Standards. 

Direct inquiries about these films to; Environ- 
mental Science Services Administration, U.S. 
Dept. of Commerce, Washington Science Center, 
6001 Executive Blvd., Rockville, .\Id. 20852. 
Attention .^0133. 



Bureau of Public Roads 

\\'illiam F. Hall. Oiicf. Pltolo^raphic Section 
Phone: WOrth 7-3013 
Activities: This Bureau produces films on sub- 
jects pertinent to highvvav' development, safety 
and related subjects, sometimes in cooperation 
with other government agencies, state and local 
highway departments, and other interested or- 
ganizations. 

Facilities: In-house capacity. 
Distribution': These films are available on a 
loan basis, with borrower paving return trans- 
portation, from Chief, Photographic Section, 
Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, D. C. 
20235. Films mav be purchased by responsible 
organizations, by inquiry to same address. 

• Audiovisual media play a key role in training, 
human relations and public information programs 
conducted by agencies of the Federal government. 



U. S. DEPARTMENT OF 

HEALTH, EDUCATION AND WELFARE 

Washington, D. C. 20202 

Andrew R. Molnar, Research Coordinator, Re- 
search Branch, Division of Higher Educa- 
tion Research, Bureau of Research, U. S. 
Office of Education. 400 Maryland Ave., 
S.W., Washington. D.C. 20202 
Phone: (202) 963-4548 

• The Office of Education administers Title \'I1 
of the National Defense Education Act, which 
provides research grants in the uses of new edu- 
cational media, and for the dissemination of infor- 
m..tion aljout such media. 

The Office of Education also conducts studies 
and sunevs, prepares catalogs and bibliographies, 
and provides consultive services on educational 
uses of audio-visual materials. For information 
on this program write office above. 



Captioned Films for the Deaf 

(Division of Educational Services, 
Bureau for Education of the fHandicapped) 
Dr. William J. Riou.x, Acting Associate Com- 
missioner, Bureau for Education of the 
Handicapped. 
Phone: 962-1955/6 
Dr. John A. Gough, Acting Chief, Division of 
Educational Services; Chief, Captioned 
Films for the Deaf. Bureau for Education 
of the Handicapped. 
Phone: 963-3060 65 
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audio-visual programs 
of the U.S. government: 

CAPTIONED FILMS FOR THE DEAF; 

P. L. 8.5-905, as amendecl b>- P. L. 87-715 and 
P. L. 89-258. The.se laws pi()\ide for promoting 
tlie general welfare and the educational advance- 
ment of deaf per.son.s. Captioned Filni.s for the 
Deaf fmiiishes a free loan .service of films for 
the deaf; conducts research in the use of films 
and other educational media for the deaf; pro- 
duces and distributes films, filmstrips ;ind related 
meat for the deaf ;ind for persons who work 
closely w.th the deaf (parents, employers, etc.). 
The branch a!so provides for the training of 
persons in the utilization of these materials. • 

United States Public Health Service 
Public Health Service Audiovisual Facility 
-Atlanta. Georgia 30333 
All Phones: (404) 633-3311 

Dr. James Lieberman, Director 
Edward F. McClellan, Deputy Director 

Jerome K. Barnett, Asst. Director for 

Operations 
Joseph A. Staton, Special Projects Officer 
Dr. Richard Fuisz, Associate in Biomedical 

Communication 
Dondell C. Cotter, Program Management 

Officer 
Katherine C. Skogsfad, Information and 

Puhl cations Officer 
Jack C. Kirkland, Chief, Motion Picture & 

Television Section 
Robert S. Craig, Chief, Graphic & 

Photographic Arts Section 
Dr. Norman L. Cole, Chief, Educational 

Studies & Development Section 

Charles N. Farmer, Jr., Chief 

Audio-Visual Stjsictns Planning Section 
O. T. Chambers, Chief, Cataloging & Special 

Reference Section 
Robert Sumpter, Chief, Acciuisition, Retention 

& Distribution Section 

Activities: The Public Health Service Audio- 
visual FacilitN' plans, directs, conducts and co- 
ordinates a national program in biomedical com- 
munication. It operates the central installation 
in the Public Health Senice for development, 
production, distribution, evaluation and utiliza- 
tion of motion pictures, videotapes, and other 
audiovisual forms. 

In addition to its production program, the Fa- 
cility, through a newK established educational 
program, provides consultation and assistance 
to schools of the health professions, and is re- 
sponsible for the development of specialized con- 
ferences, seminars and workshops. A recently 
established audiovisual svstems planning activ- 
ity concerns itself with the development of com- 
munications svstems in a wide variety of health 
and health-related institutions. 

In 1966, under the leadership of the School 
of Medicine at Tulane University, the Facility 
planned for the establishment of a new gradu- 
ate program in biomedical communication. The 
curriculum was developed through a consortium 
of institutions of higher learning which, in co- 
operation with the Facilitv, will sponsor the first 
program scheduled for Fall, 1967. 

The Communitv' Medical Television System, 
the nation's first medical network on the 2500 
-Mega-Hertzian instructional bandwidth, will be- 
gin operation in Spring of 1967, under the Fa- 
cilitv's leadership and coordination. It will link, 
with line-of-sight transmitters, Emery Univer- 
sity Medical School and Hospital; Grady Me- 
morial Hospital. Emerv's teaching hospital; the 
Cleorgia Department of Public Health and its 
Mental Health Institute; the Wterans .Adminis- 
tration Hospital and the .\udio-\'isual Facility. 
Initially, programs will be transmitted from 



PUBLIC HEALTH AUDIOVISUAL FACILITY: 

(;r:id\ and the Facility and will be received by 
others liookcd into the network. The System, if 
successliil, will serve as :i prototype for others 
of its kind throughout the nation. 

Facilities: The Facility has complete in-plant 
motion picture, filmstrip and television, produc- 
tion :ind laboratory e<iuipment located in ;i four- 
storv building designed especiiilly for audio-vis- 
ual activities. In addition, the Facility acquires, 
prjits and distributes medical and health-re- 
lated films, makes multiple prints and distributes 
them throughout the world, operates the .Nation- 
al Archives of Medical Motion Pictures and 
maintains an intemational central reference file 
of medical audio-visuals. 

DisTPiBUTicN; Public Health Service films are 
available from the U.S. Public Health Service 
.Audiovisual F;icility. Atlanta, Georgia 30333. on 
loan to schools of the health professions, other 
educational institutions and medical-health or- 
ganizations throughout the U. S. and abroad. 
Films are listed in a Pubhc Health Service Film 
Catalog published by the Facility. Information 
on teaching films is also available from a cen- 
tral reference file. 

Reference Sources: Three other fim catalogs 
are published by the Facilitv: Film Reference 
Guide for Medicine and Allied Sciences; Cancer 
Film Guide: and Weurological and Sensory Dis- 
ease Film Guide. A special catalog of films in 
areas of heart disease, cancer, and stroke was re- 
leased in Februarv, 1967. Other specialized ref- 
erence works are in production. A master inter- 
national index is maintained to support special 
reciuests for film information not otherwise avail- 
able. 

Productions: Among recent 16mm motion pic- 
tures produced are: Spot Prevention, an animated 
film designed to promote measles vaccination; 
and R.V: Innovation, a film discussing the broad 
aspects of biomedical communication, its prob- 
lems and resources. A series of 8mm single- 
concept teaching films dealing with various 
phases of rehabilitation for victims of stroke also 
has been released. In addition, videotapes and 
tape-to-filni transfers have been released on heart 
disease including: The Totally Implantable Me- 
chanical Heart; Operable Heart Disease in In- 
fancy: and Reconditioning of Coronary Proi^c and 
Coronary Stricken Subjects. As in 1966. more 
than 100 films are scheduled for production in 
1967-68, many of which will have Spanish and 
French sound tracks as well as the original Eng- 
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Social Security Administration 
Baltimore, Maryland 21235 

Rov L. Swift, Information Officer 
Phone: 944-5000 ext. 2187 

Robert T. Fenvvick, Chief, Audio-Visual 

Branch. Office of Information 

Phone: 944-5000, e.\t. .5587 
Activities: The Social Security Administration 
produces and distributes films on Old Age, Sur- 
vivors, and Disability Insurance, and on Health 
Insurance (Medicare). These are public infor- 
mation films designed to explain to the viewer 
what he needs to know about the social securitv' 
law and what benefits he might be entitled to. 
Most films and spots are intended for both tele- 
vision and theatrical use. 

Facilities: The Administiation has a small stu- 
dio and limited facilities located in the Balti- 
more Headquarters Building. Much film work is 
contracted to commercial producers. 

Distribution: Through 710 District and Branch 
offices throughout the country, prints may be ob- 
tixined on a free loan basis. Prints may also be 
bought. 

• Additional text on other Federal audiovisu;il 
programs, not received at presstime, will ap- 
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audio-visual programs 
of the U.S. government: 

DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR 
Washington. D. C. 20240 
• The Department of Interior produces films 
which are concerned with the management, con- 
ser\ation and development of natural resources 
in e\er\- section of the Xation. Films are avail- 
able from the bureau in whicli the\ have Ijeen 
produced. 

Office of the Secretary 

Harlan Wood. Office of Information 
Phone: (202) 343-3171 
Inquiries concerning the use of Department of 
Interior films for teIe\ision should be addressed 
to this office. A Departmental film catalog is 
available on request. 

The U. S. Bureau of Mines 

Dr. A. .Nicholas X'ardac, Officcr-in-Charge, 
Motion Picture Development and Production 
Bureau of .Mines, Washington. D.C. 20240 
Phone: REpublic 7-1820, E.\t. 3359 
Me\er Reiness. Chief, Film D'strihution, 
Bureau of Mines 

4800 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 1.5213 
Activities: The Bureau of Mines has a broad 
film program dating from about 1920. .Motion 
picture subjects deal with natural resources of 
states and areas and with mineral commodities 
including metals, non-metals and petroleum. Re- 
cently released films include: Helium Aluminum 
— Metal of Many Faces, and a new version of 
Arizona and Its Natural Resources. 
F.^ciLiTiEs: .All films are made in cooperation 
with private industrial firms which pay produc- 
tion costs and select commercial film producers. 



The Bureau maintains no production facilities. 
DisTiuHiTioNs: .\bout .5.000 prints of films are 
distributed to the public on a free loan basis 
from the center film distribution center of the 
Bureau of .Mines, 4800 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 15213, and from depositories in 40 states. 
.Annual number of showings is 200,000. Most 
films are cleared for free TV use. Single or block- 
bookings arranged. Catalogs available. 
Productions: Films in current production in- 
clude: A presently untitled film on steel; one 
on the conservation and re-c\cling of mineral 
wastes; on land rechiiniition. and a new film, 
S'cvada and its Satural Risourccs. The follow- 
ing TV series are available: Down to Earth; 
States of the Union; Out of the Earth. 

The Bureau of Reclamation 

Ottis Peterson, Assi-itant to the Commissioner, 
Information 
Phone: (202) 343-4662 

Activities: The Bureau of Reclamation produces 
one or two pictures a \ear on water resource 
de\e!opment in the seventeen western states — 
usually "low budget," sound-color films which 
run 14 or 28 minutes for T\' use. Film catalogs 
are available from the Washington, D.C. office 
of the Bureau; the Regional offices and the film 
Distribution Center in Denver. 
F.\ciLiTiES: .Most of the film work for the Bu- 
reau of Reclamation is contracted b\' the appro- 
priate Regional office with commercial producers. 
There are se\en Regional offices, all in the west- 
em states. super\ised b\ the Washington office. 

DisTBiBUTio-v: Distribution of Bureau of Recla- 
mation films is now accomphshed through the 
Film Distribution Center, Bureau of Reclamation, 
BIdg. 53, Den\er Federal Center, Denver, Colo- 
rado. On occasion, surplus prints are loaned to 



educational institutions for their distribution li- 
braries. 

Pboihctio.ns: Recent productions include: Rivers 
in the Skij. a picture with unusual cloud effects 
resulting from time-lapse photograph, to show 
research in weather modification. Flaming Gorge, 
the storv of the construction of a high dam on 
the Green River in the Rocky Mountains in 
northern Utah which was selected as the win- 
ner in public relations, sales and advertising in 
an industrial photography competition; Power for 
a Nation in which the Bureau of Reclamation col- 
laborated with other Department agencies fo 
portra\- the role of the Department in hytljOpow- 
er production. The Bureau of Reclaraatfon is also 
distributing prints of Sew Water for a Thirs-tij 
World which was produced by the Office of 
Saline Water of the Department of the Interior. 

The Bureau of Land Management 

John .\. .Mattoon, Information Officer 
Phone: (202) 343-3609 
• Four films are available from the Bureau's 
Washington, D.C. office and from 11 State of- 
fices in western states. 

Available for loan and for TV showings are: 
Alaska, Land to Grow On, 28-minute color film 
on public lands and resources in Alaska; Water- 
shed Conservation, demonstrating water conser- 
vation on the public lands; Rogue River Country, 
28-minute color film about the recreational op- 
portunities and wealth of natural resources found 
in the Rogue River \'alle\ of southwestern Ore- 
gon, and This Waiting Land, a 27-minute color 
film, which contrasts pioneering a centur\- ago 
with present da\' multiple use resources manage- 
ment. State BLM offices haWng film libraries 
are: Portland, Sacramento, PhoenLv, Reno, Salt 
Lake Cit\ . Santa Fe, Denver, Cheyenne, Boise, 
Billings, and Anchorage. 




We are justly proud 
of our contributions — 
in languages, talent 
and technical know-how 
— to our clients' efforts 
to establish audio- 
visual communications 
with the world. 



LOCKHEED AIRCRAFT 

CORP. 

SATS 11 in German 

(USAF) 

ZELL for Defense in German 
(USAF) 



WE'VE EARNED THE RIGHT 

TO BLOW OUR HORN! 



DOUGLAS AIRCRAFT COMPANY, INC. 

Winds of Ctiange In German 

(Air Afrique) 

Islands of the Trade Winds in French 

(UTA French Airlines) 

Live Via Early Bird in German, French, 

Spanish, Italian, Japanese (COMSAT) 



CATE & McGLONE FILMS 

Skydrol (Monsanto) in Spanish 

and Japanese 

Pydrol (Monsanto) in Spanish, Japanese 

and Portuguese 

Western Airlines Story in Spanish 



FRANK WILLARO 
PRODUCTIONS 

An Industry for San Miguel 

in Spanish and Portuguese 
(Governments of Guatemala 
and Brazil). 



WALTER WISE 
PRODUCTIONS 

NAWAPA ... in Arabic and 
Spanish (Ralph Parsons) | 



Early Bird . . 

(Siamese) 



in Thai 

(COMSAT) 



JERRY FAIRBANKS 
PRODUCTIONS 

Animal Stories (lip sync) 
Tales of the Border . . 

Monkey Business . . . 

. . . both in Spanish 



NORTH AMERICAN 

AVIATION, INC. 



Saberliner . . . 
(Sales Film) 



in German 



FOREIGN LANGUAGE CINEMA SERVICE 

7046 Flo!iywood Bouievard ■ Hollywood, Calif. 90028 • 213 Hollywood 7-5128 




EXPERT TRANSLATIONS ^^^;%^; 



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audio-visual programs 
of the U.S. government: 

The U. S. Geological Survey 

Frank H. Forrester, Information Officer 
Phones: 343-4646/46-47 

• Tliis office maintains and distributes a limited 
collection of motion picture films dealiug with 
the earth sciences. Of major inteiest are the 
award winning films, Tlic Ernption of Kilaiicci. 
1959-60 and the earlier film release, 77ic> 1955 
Ernption of Kiltinca. These show, at close range, 
the spectacular eruption of the Kilauea volcano 
on the island of Ha\vaii. 

Recent film releases include the Alaskan Earth- 
qnukc. 1964 iiiul The Sra River. The first of 
these films documents the destructive effects of 
the March 27, 1964, Alaskan earthquake both 
graphicalK- and pictorialK in on-the-spot scenes. 
The Sea River film records hydrologica! investi- 
gations carried on in The Amazon Ri\er Basin 
as a joint operation between the Geological Sur- 
vey and the Brazilian Navy. 

Requests for additional infomiation about these 
and other films should be addressed to the In- 
formation Office, U.S. Geological Sunev, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 20242. 

U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service 

Elliot A. Macklow, Chief, Audio-Visual Serv- 
ices, Branch of .Marketing, Bureau of Com- 
mercial Fisheries, Fish & Wildlife Ser\ice. 
Phone; (202) 343-6897 
Activities: Using commercial contractual motion 
picture facilities, this organizational unit plans, 
produces and distributes fishery marketing and 
educational motion pictures sponsored b\' both 
Government and industry. Other audio-visual 
materials such as fishery television spot announce- 
ments, radio spot announcement discs, slides, 



specialized publications, etc. are also produced 
and distributed. 

I'.vCiLiTiiiS: Commercial contractual niiitioii pic- 
ture facilities. 

IJisTBiBi'TiON: Utilizing about 200 Gu\crnnient 
and private film libraries, 22 fishery motion pic- 
tures are distributed free of charge upon re- 
quest. Provision has been made so that most 
of tlie films are cleared for television, although 
special permission is recpiired before telecasting. 
Stock footage is not available. A catalog listing 
the commercial fisheries films distributed and 
the instiTictions for obtaining them may be ob- 
tained free of charge upon request. A central 
.■\udio-\'isual Services film library is maintained. 
Films and information may be obtained b\ writ- 
ing Audio Visual Services, Bureau of Commercial 
Fisheries, 1815 N. Ft. Myer Drive, .\rlington, 
Va., 22209. Requests for films to be sent outside 
the U. S. should be made to the nearest U. S. 
Embassy or Consulate. Applications are accepted 
from institutions wishing to serve as non-profit 
film libraries. 

Productions: The motion picture. Flavor of 
Maine, sponsored by the Maine Sardine Council, 
is now in active distribution. The fibns tenta- 
ti\el\- titled Menhaden Toun for the National 
Fish Meal & Oil Assn., Trout to Order for the 
U.S. Trout Famiers Assn., and Mullet Country 
for the Florida Board of Conservation, all re- 
t|uire seasonal filming and are in production. A 
28-minute film, Estuary, is being planned for 
the five states bordering the Gulf of Mexico. 

Annual Review of Federal A-V Programs 

• The extensi\e use of audio\isual media with- 
in the Federal Government is reflected in this 
special Production Review feature which updates 
current productions, names of ke\' staff members 
and other useful background data. Films are help- 
ing train and inform workers and the public. 



DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION 

SOO Independence Avenue, S.W., Room 412E 

Washington. D.C. 20.533 

Phone: WOrth 2-5693 

John A. Nugent, Chief 

Motion Picture Branch, U{)-A5i) 

Martin S. Konigrnacher 

Senior Production Supervisor 

James D. Helliwell, Producer-Director 

George .M. Mathieu, Project Coordinator 
AcTiviTiKs: The Motion Picture Branch produces 
motion pictures and tele\ision progriuns designed 
to meet the needs (jf the Ser\ices and Offices 
which comprise tlie Federal Aviation Administra- 
tion. 

F.\ciLiTiES: The FAA uses both in-service capa- 
bilities and commercial contracts with industry in 
suppKing its Motion Picture ser\ices. 
Film Distbibutiox: Distribution of FAA films 
is handled through the Aeronautical Center Film 
Library. AC-43.1, P.O. Box 1082, Oklahoma City, 
Oklalioma. 

Motion Pictcre Production; Productions vary 
from highly technical training films to those de- 
signed for the general public. 

United States Coast Guard 
Washington, D. C. 20226 

H. E. Whitwer, Chief, Motion Picture & TV 
Branch, Public Information Division 
Phone: (202) WOrth 4-5303 
Activities: The U. S. Coast Guard produces in- 
formation and training, as well as recruiting 
films. The majority are in 16mni color-sound with 
running time of 3 to 28 minutes. Coast Guard 
films have consistently been selected b\- the 
United States go\emment for entry in foreign 
film festi\als, and have won a number of awards. 
Facilities; In-house capability. The Coast Guard 




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HERBERT ROSEN, President 
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Phone: (212) Oxford 7-0725 



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AM of us at Hanna-Barbera want to thank our nnany distinguished clients for helping us make 1966 our most successful year, and we 
look forward to the privilege of serving the business film industry for many years to come. Clients with whom we worked in 1966: 

AMERICAN TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY / THE BOEING COMPANY / GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION 
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF TOBACCO DISTRIBUTORS / GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY I AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES / ANHEUSER-BUSCH COMPANY / AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION 
BANK OF AMERICA / WARNER-LAMBERT PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY / GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY 



HANNA-BARBERA PRODUCTIONS / 3400 CAHUENGA BOULEVARD. HOLLYWOOD. CALIFORNIA 

Sealed from left to right are: BUI Hanna. Fred Flinlstone, Yogi Bear, Joe Barbera, Ross Sutherland. 



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your first, this 32 minute color and sound 
16MM film provides "inside story" informa- 
tion that will heighten your appreciation or 
resolve your interest in these sophisticated 
filming tools. 

HOW ARE ARRIFLEX CAMERAS MADE? 

"The Arri Story" takes you to West Germany 
on a guided tour through the ultra modern 
Arriflex plant. Here you witness first-hand, de- 
sign and detailed manufacturing steps of these 
world renowned cameras from drawing board 
to finished product. 

WHY ARE ARRIFLEX CAMERAS SO RELI- 
ABLE? It's all in the meticulous unrelenting 
testing procedure before a single camera is 
ever checked out of the plant. "The Arriflex 
Story" shows you how and why more time is 
devoted to testing and inspection than actual 
fabrication. When finally you reach the final 
check-out test you'll understand why Arriflex 
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WHAT'S THE RANGE OF ARRIFLEX AS- 
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literally around the world and to many of the 
more than 100 countries where Arriflex is the 
preferred camera among professional cinema- 
tographers. From Alaska to Zanzibar, on as- 
signments as diverse as missile tracking to 
microbe hunting, from cinema art to newsreel, 
you will witness the facts that have earned 
Arriflex its reputation as the most versatile, 
most reliable professional motion picture 
camera in the world. 

"THE ARRIFLEX STORV is oHered on loan with- 
out charge for screening anywtiere in the continen- 
tal U.S A. to the following grouos: Professional 
producers and cameramen, professional associa- 
tions and affiliated chapters, institutions teaching 
motion picture production. Government Agencies 
and services concerned with motion picture 
production. Please request on letterhead. 

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audio-visual programs 
of the U.S. government: 



THE UNITED STATES COAST GUARD: 
has limited in-hoiise writing, directiiij», shooting 
and editorial capability. Additional production 
ser\ices as well as all processing and printing 
are contracted tor as re<|nired. 

Distribution: A catalog of U. S. Coast Guard 
films is distributed b\ film libraries in Washing- 
ton, D. CI. and at District offices in Boston, New 
York, Portsmouth, Miami, New Orleans, St. Louis, 
Long Beach, San Francisco, Seattle, luneaii and 
Honolulu. 

Productions: Current productions include pub- 
lic information films of the Coast Guard in \'iet 
Nam, and Should the Day Ever Come (the story 
of the Coast Guard Reser\e), Plamied produc- 
tions include a search and rescue film and sev- 
eral training and indoctrination films. 

NATIONAL AERONAUTICS 
AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION 

Office of Public Affairs-AudioVisual Program 

Washington, D. C. 20546 

Walter E. Whitaker, Audio-Visual Officer 
f^ooin 80.5, Reporters Building 
Phone: 962-2.516 

Edward A. Pierce, Director, Media Develop- 
ment Division. Room 802, Reporters Building 
Phone: 962-2161 

Donald M. Swartz, Chief, Motion Picture 
Branch Room 812, Reporters Building, 
Phone: 962-2757 

Cla\ ton Edwards, Chief, TV and Radio Branch 
Fioom 814, Reporters Building 
Phone: 962-2795 

Warren Phipps, Chief, Di.stribution and De- 
pository Room 811, Reporters Building 
Phone: 962-2858 

AcTrv'mEs: These branches supenise the agen- 
c\-wide production and distribution of films, TV 
and radio programs and other audio-visual ma- 
terials on space and aeronautics, and coordi- 
nate lequests for NASA assistance in production 
of all these media. 

F.^ciLiTiEs: Production requirements are fulfilled 
through in-house capabilities at NASA field in- 
stallations and by contractors. 

Distribution: NASA films, tapes, stock footage 
and other AV resources are loaned through N.-^- 
SA Central Motion Picture Depositor) and Li- 
brar\ . .\\\ requests for N.-\S.\ assistance with non- 
gosernmental productions should be directed to 
Mr. Whitaker; requests to borrow NASA films 
should be directed to Mr. Phipps. 

Productions: Those released in 1966 include: 
Uving in Space (3 parts); Log of Mariner ,V; 
Men Encounter Man: Research Project -V-15; 
Returns from Space: Gemini Mission Films: Sci- 
ence Reporter 13 li-hour TV films ) ; Aeronau- 
tics and Space Report (monthly TV series); 
Production Aid.'i for TV/ Radio. 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 
Washington, D. C. 20260 

Ira Kapenstein, Special Assi.'itant to the 
Postmaster General, Public Information 
(Public Information Films) 
Phone: 961-7500 

Ray N. Mahan, Director, Audio Vi.iual Division, 
Office of Special Assistant to Postmaster 
General, Public Infonnation 
Phone: 961-7077 

AcTiviTiE,s: The Post Office Department cur- 
rently uses Public Infonnation film clips for Pub- 
lic Service, plus training and engineering photo 
reports, 

F.^c:iLiTiES: Limited motion picture production 



THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT: 

performed by the Department. Pubhc Servii 
iilm production is contracted: 

Bureau of Facilities, Procurement Division 
Room 4206, Post Office Department 
Washington, D,C. 20260 
Distribution: Public information film chps fo; 
public service are distributed through U. S 
Postmasters in all regions. Training films are dis 
tributed by Regional Directors in 15 regions, 

U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT 
Washington, D. C. 20025 
Robert L. Skinner, Mattagement Analyst, Office 

of Management and Organization {Project 

Officer). Phone: WOrth 4-2463 
Charles M. Lammond. Public Information Oj 

ficer. Internal Revenue Service (Technicu' 

Advisor). Phone: WOrth 4-4037 
• The Treasury Story, a 28-minute, 16mm color 
film, was recently produced by the Treasur> 
Department in 1966 to tell briefl>' the activities 
of the Bureaus and Offices which comprise it- 
l^arflung operation. The production serves t' 
orient new empIo\ees with Treasvu^" function 
and also brings graphically to the attention n' 
public viewers the work of such organization 
as Bureau of Customs, Engraving and Printins; 
the Mint, the Secret Service, and other key Treas- 
ur\- agencies. In its public viewing, it is adapt- 
able to use b\- television, civic groups and schooU. 
The film is now being revised to eliminate ref- 
erences to the Coast Guard, which is being trans- 
ferred to the Dept. of Transportation. In addi- 
tion, a 5-minute summary version will be pro- 
duced for use in continuous automatic projec- 
tors. 

The Internal Revenue Service 

Washington. D. C. 20025 

Charles M. Lammond, Public Information 

Officer. Phone: WOrth 4-4037 
John Burleson, Audio Visual Training Officer. 
Phone: WOrth 4-3962 

Activities: Films for public and internal use 
are prepared b> the Internal Revenue Service. 
Motion pictures for public \ie\\ing are produced 
b\ the Public Information Division, those for 
employee training or orientation b\' the Training 
Di\ision. 'The Information Division also super- 
vises production of television spot announcements 
for use during each tax filing period. It has also 
recenth begun the production of films and TV 
spots in Spanish, partly to extend its taxpayer 
infomiation in the U. S. and partly as an advisory- 
aid to Latin American countries concerned with 
Federal go\eniment cooperative programs. 

F.^ciLiTiES: The public information films of In- 
ternal Re\enue Service are produced profession- 
alK', usually uHUzing the agenc\'s owti office 
facilities and personnel for background scenes but 
hiring professional talent for action bits, narration, 
etc. Laborator\- production facilities are con- 
tracted to complete the film ;ifter the first rough 
cut. Training films are sometimes produced with 
Internal Revenue Service personnel and some- 
times with professional talent. 

Distribution: The 58 district offices, and sev- 
eral of the larger local offices, distribute Internal 
Re\enue Ser\ice film productions. .\11 clearances 
and releases ha\e been obtained for general 
showing of Internal Revenue Service films. 
Prodictions: The Public Information Division 
has prepared a new '2-hour film production 
featuring Dave Garrowas- to inform taxpa\ers 
about new de\elopments in filing their federal 
income tax returns this \ear. In addition to this 
16inm color production, it also has released a 
color film featuring Internal Revenue Service 
Commissioner Sheldon S. Cohen in an inform.il 
inter\iew in which several matters of taxpa\er 
interest are noted. The division also is prepar- 
ing a Vi-hour color production on the new a<- 



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MOT/ON PICTURES 

1702 /AARENGO AVE. ■ SOUTH PASADENA 
CALIFORNIA • PHONE; 213/682-2353 



audio-visual programs 
of the U.S. government: 

THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: 
pects of its machine |)roiessiiiK tax returns, 
which this year become nationwide. Also nearing 
completion is a combination Iiistorital and in- 
tormational film. A/i.s.s7<;)i for Millimis. wliicli will 
give ta.xpa>er \iewers an insight into actual op- 
erations ot Internal Re\enue .Service offices of 
all types. Other films, all in 16mm color, in the 
Internal Rc\'euue Service librar\' include: Then 
iiud Xou— 22 min.: Time and Taxes— \H niin.; 
Tlic IniLilulilr Day— 22 min.; Piisti Bullnns and 
Taxis— \{) min.; Moonshine and Tuxes— 15 min. 
Since the Beginning of Time, Then and Note, 
and Moonshine and Taxes are a\ailable as 1-reel 
films for theater use. 

U. 5. Savings Bonds Division 

Jacob Mogele\'er, Promotion Manager, U. S. 
Sating,? Bonds 
Phone: WOrth 4-5702 

• A \ariety of films telling the story of U.S. 
Savings Bonds is available, suitable for com- 
mimit\' audiences of all kinds. .\Ian\- are inspir- 
ational, some humorous, some informational. .-Ml 
were made a\ailable to the Treasmy b> \olun- 
teers and showings take place under \-olunteer 
auspices. The Land We Love, 16mm, sound- 
color, 20-min., is a film tour produced by \Varner 
Brothers in association with other major motion 
picture studios. Wilbur Gets the Message . . . 
Abont Payroll Savings, 16mni, sound-b&w, 20 
min.. has been cleared for television. Danny Kaye 
for School Savings, 16nim, sound-b&w, 16 min. 
is not cleared for television. The Junior Astronaut, 
16mm, sound-b&w, 15 min., is cleared for tele- 
vision. 

UNITED STATES 
ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION 

Division of Public Information 

Audio-Visual Branch 

Washington, D. C. 20545 

• The Audio-Visual Bianch of the Atomic En- 
ergs- Conunission has as its primar\ function 
responding to requests from the public media 
in all the audio-visual fields for assistance in the 
preparation of films, stills, and other audio-\is- 
nal materials on atomic energy. 

Edwin L. Wilber, Branch Chief 

Phone: (301) 973-5365 
Elton P. Lord, Deputy Chief 

Phone: (301) 973-5476 
Sid L. Schwartz, Asst. to the Chief 

Phone: (301) 973-4239 
James E. VVestcott, Photographer-Editor 

Phone: (301) 973-5476 
]on Fogel, T/V-Badio SpeciaUst 

Phone: (301) 973-4483 

.Activities: This branch plans and carries out 
film, TV, radio and still picture projects to ad- 
vance specific Commission Programs, and acts 
as advisor to CommissioTi and contractor jier- 
sonnel in Washington and nationwide on audio- 
visual problems and projects. In 1966, 16 films 
were produced b\' the Commission and its con- 
tractors; about 20 films are planned for 1967. In 
aciclition. more T\' clips and radio tapes are 
produced b\ the Commission and contractors 
ever\- \ear. This branch also places Commission- 
and contractor-produced motion pictures into 
loan and commercial sale channels, determines 
the content of the 10 domestic and 8 o\erseas 
film libraries, and issues popular-le\el and pro- 
fessional-level film hsts. 

F.\ciLiTiES: .\EC has no motion picture produc- 
tion facilit\- or motion picture laborator\ , but 
uses Government and or commercial ser\ices. 
Distribution: -AEC operates an 8,000 still photo 
Ubrary, and distributes films through 10 domes- 
tic film libraries which cover particular geo- 



U. S. ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION: 
graphical areas. All films are for tree-loan. Each 
library has about 319 titles (popular, semi-tech- 
nical, and technical levels). The Conmiission also 
has four overseas libraries at its offices at the 
U. S. Embassies at London, Brussels, Tokyo and 
Buenos Aires, stocked with semi-technical and 
technical films, and also supplies films to the 
film library of the International Atomic Energs 
.Agency in X'ienna, The American Film Librar\. 
The Hague, Holland, The National Science Film 
Librar\' of Canada, The Puerto Rico .Nuclear 
Center, and to USIS-Stockholm for use through- 
out Sc:mdinavia. The BiTJSsels and Buenos .Aires 
librarcs have about 80 films each in French 
and Spanish respectively. Information on h- 
braiies a\ailable from Washington office. 
Stock Footage: The Commission has more than 
120.000 feet of 35mm black-and-white unedited 
film footage on peacetime uses of atomic energ\ 
available for purchase. Information ma\' be ob- 
tained from \Vashington office. Color stock foot- 
age is ;iIso available from an\' of the completed 
documentar\' films produced by or sponsored by 
the g(j\ernment. Films may be borrowed from 
libraries in geographical areas for footage counts 
prior to purchase of duplicafng materials from 
the various laboratories holding the originals. 
Unedited stock film footage in black-and-white 
and color on nuclear or thermonuclear detona- 
tions sold at Lookout Mountain -Air Force Station, 
USAF, 8935 Wonderland A\eime, HolKwood. 
California 90046. 



THE UNITED STATES 

INFORMATION AGENCY 

Washington 23, D. C. 

George Stevens, Jr., Director, Motion Picture 
& TV Service 
Phone: WO 2-6961 
Anthon%' Guarco, Deputy Director, Motion 
Picture & T\' Service 
Phone: WO 2-6962 
Antboiu- Loeb, Special Assistant 

Phone: WO 3-3869 
Howard Kirchwehm, Program Manager 

Phone: WO 3-5938 
Anthonv Jowitt, Production Manager 

Phone: WO 2-6170 
Richard Mohler, Chief .Vcics & Special 
Events Division 
Phone: WO 2-6974 
Antonio \'ellani. Chief. Documentary 
Production Division 
Phone: WO 3-4130 
John Barker, Operations Manager 

Phone; WO 2-3053 
Wilbert Pearson, Chief. Comm-Med'a 
Attestation Staff 
Phone; WO 2-3102 
Doug Smith, Chief, Acipmitions Staff 

Phone: \\'0 2-7955 
John R. Wheeler, Chief. Administrative Office 
Phone; WO 2-6060 
Services and F-\cilities; USI.A produces, ac- 
quires and distributes abroad motion picture and 
tele\ision films for the o\erseas information and 
cultural program of the U.S. Government. The 
USI.A audience numbers oxer 260 million tele- 
\iewers in 92 countries plus some 750 million 
persons who annualK see USI.A films in theaters 
and pri\ate showings. Output ranges the full 
gamut of both media — from brief newsclips to 
feature length motion pictures and hour-long tele- 
vision dramas. These products are released in as 
m;my as 58 foreign languages. 
Pbodcctions; Examples of the .Agenc>'s motion 
picture and television output include; S'inc From 
Little Rock, depicting U. S. Ci\il Rights prog- 
ress — a 20-minute production which won the 
1965 .Academ\- .Award for the best short doeu- 
mentar\- of the year, Suesiro Barrio, a series of 
dramatic episodes on the -Alliance for Progress 
now pl.aying on television in Latin .American 
cities; Sight of the Dragon, a 26-minute docu- 
mentary on \'iet Nam shown theatricalK' and 
non-theatricall> in 23 languages. John F. Kcri- 



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Percent is A Preily Good Score! 



The Educational Film Library Association's "Selected List of Recom- 
mended Films about Water Pollution" lists 18 films. We made 8 of 
them or 44%. No other producer made more than one. 

Complicated and sensitive subjects such as water resources and 
pollution control programs deserve substantive film treatment. Stuart 
Finley, Incorporated has made 16 films for 8 clients in recent years 
on the subject of water management. 

Beargrass Creek Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Comm. 

Coal and Water Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Comm. 

Crisis on the Kanawha Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Comm. 
The First Fifteen Years Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Comm. 
George Washington's River U. S. Public Health Service 



Good Riddance 

A Horseshoe Nail 

The New River 

Oil on the River 

Oops! 

Potomac Concept 

Renaissance of a River 



Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Comm. 
Susquehanna River Interstate Advisory Cte. 
Kimberly-Clark Corporation 
Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Comm. 
Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Comm. 
U. S. Department of the Interior 
Susquehanna River Interstate Advisory Cte. 



River Watchers Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Comm. 

Teamwork on the Potomac Interstate Comm. on the Potomac River 

Twentieth Century River U. S. Army Corps of Engineers 

Water Resourcefulness * New York State Conservation Department 

■ The above scene is from "Water Resourcefulness" produced for 
the New York State Department of Conservation. (Winner— Gold 
Medal, New York International Film and TV Festival 1966.) 

Other subject specialties Include; solid waste management, green 
space, urban planning, physical education, mental retardation, lan- 
guage, and, of course, industrial films. 



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commercial theaters. To date 29 language ver- 
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PARTHENON Vy PICTURES 

HOLLYWOOD 

It is true, as you may have heard, that Par- 
thenon is concerned with the development of 
a new type of motion picture display system, 
with usefulness to business and to education. 
However, the equipment will not be deliv- 
erable in quantities for some time. And then 
it will be available only to a relatively few 
organizations with certain specialized char- 
acteristics and needs. (Most of these organ- 
izations have already been informed. ) 

The system is intended for new usages 
of the film medium; not competitive with. 
nor replacing, current applications of 
conventional business and educational 
films. 

Therefore, except for organizations already 
contacted, film users have no reason to de- 
lay contracting for any contemplated film pro- 
ductions, nor postpone purchase or leases of 
Fairchild, Technicolor, Eastman, or other pres- 
ently available quality equipment. 

— Cap Palmer 

PARTHENON PICTURES 

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(Area 213) 385-3911 



THE PEACE CORPS 

Washington, D. C. 20525 

Kobert Ilaupt. Adiiiiiiislrutivc Assistant 
OlfUc of riditk .\ffairs 
Plione; (202) 382-3737 

Activities: Limited film activity. 
DisTHiBi'Tiox: Two films, .4 Mission of Discov- 
rnj (1964) and A Choke I Made (1965) are 
distrib\ited b\ I'liited World Free Films through 
30 outlets ill coiitiiieiilal I'.S.. Alaska and Hawaii. 
A third film, .Assijinment : Latigkaui (1965), a 
story of Peace Corps nurses in .\lalaysia, is avail- 
able on free loan to nursing schools and nursing 
organizations from Peace Corps, Washington. 

THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

Washington, D. C. 20540 
Dr. Edgar Breitenbach, Chief, Prints and 

Photographs Div. 

Phone; STerling 3-0400, ext. 217 
John B. Kuiper, Head, Motion Picture Section 

Phone; STerling 3-0400, e.\t. 721 
Paul Spehr, Motion Picture Librarian 

Phone: STerling 3-0400, e.\t. 721 
Joseph W. Rogers, Chief. Copyright Cataloging 

Division, Copyright Office 

Phone; STerUng 3-0400, ext. 458 
Mrs. Katharine W. Clugston, Audio-Visual 

Specialist. Descriptive Cataloging Div. 

Phone; STerling 3-0400, ext. 484 
Mrs. Virginia Colbert, Acting Head, Special 

Services Section, Card Division 

Phone: STerling 3-0400, ext. 8039 

• The Librap.' of Congress has an unrivalled 
collection of American films dating from the 
infancy of the motion-picture industry, which it 
has acquired through the operation of the copy- 
right law and through gifts, and it also has a 
large body of foreign films turned over to it as 
a result ot wartime seizure. The Library's activi- 
ties in the motion-picture field include the regis- 
tration of claims to copyright, the acquisition of 
fibis, the cataloging of films and related bibli- 
ographical data. 

The Library's Cop\right Office has registered 
claims to copxright for motion pictures since 
1894, when the first examples of this medium 
were deposited in the Library in the form of 
photographic paper prints; since 1912 the copy- 
right law has provided for the registration and 
deposit of motion pictures as such. Generally, 
under the provisions of the motion-picture copy- 
right agreement between the Library of Congress 
and the motion-picture proprietors, the films are 
returned to the copyright proprietor by the Li- 
brary after registration, but the Library has the 
right to claim tile deposits for its collections later. 
The Copyright Cataloging Division of the 
Copyright Office prepares a semi-annual Catalog 
of Copyright Entries: Motion Pictures and Film- 
strips, which lists all such materials registered 




Q33[iG23 132II57 SOC22ESSCS C^^ 



oi)\ right 111 the United St 
published b\' the Library and sold by the Gov- 
ernment Printing Office. It has also prepared 
four cumulati\'e catalogs entitled Motion Pic- 
tures, which together cover registrations of films 
for the years 1894-1959 and which are for sale 
liy the Government Printing Office. 

In addition, the Library's Descriptive and Sub- 
ject Cataloging Divisions catalog educational 
films, using data submitted largely by producers 
and distributors, and the Library publishes this 
cataloging information in two useful forms for 
purchase by other libraries or individuals. One 
form is the printed catalog card, which any film- 
user ma\' purchase to establish his own card- 
catalog for the control of his collection and for 
the dissemination of film information. The other 
is a book-catalog reproduced photographicalK- 
from the printed cards and containing a detailed 
subject-index, adequately cross-indexed; entitled 
Library of Congress Catalog — Motion Pictures 
and Film-Slrips. this publication is issued quar- 
terly and in annual cumulation, and it also ap- 
pears as a volume in the quinquennial cumula- 
tion of the Library's National Union Catalog. 
Both the printed catalog cards and the book- 
catalog may be purchased from the Card Divi- 
sion. Librar\' of Congress, Building 1.59, Navy 
yard .\nnex, Washington, D.C. 20541. 

The Library's collection of motion pictures 
comprises about 86,000 reels and is in the cus- 
tody of the Prints and Photographs Division in 
the Reference Department. It is primarily an 
archive in nature, and reference service is lim- 
ited to assisting research activities. The Library 
does not lend motion pictures, but some films 
ina\' be copied under certain conditions; copying 
requires the signing of a standard agreement con- 
cerning the clearance of copyright and the copy- 
and Records Service. • 

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 

The National Archives and Records Service 

Sth and Pennsylvania Ave., N. W. 
Washington, D. C. 20408 

James E. Gibson, Special As.it. to the Archivist 
of the United States for Audio-Visual Matters 
Phone: 963-4275 

James W. Moore, Chief. .\udio-Visual Branch 
Phone: 963-6493 
• The National Archixes and Records Service is 
the repository for more than 50 million feet of 
historical motion pictures created b\' 100 Federal 
agencies and several non-government producers. 
The ever-growing collection includes a wide 
range of subjects coxering the period from 1896 
to the present. 

Films are not loaned, but max' be \iexved by 
researchers, film producers or their authorized 
representatixes. Duplicate negatives or masters 
of films or scenes max' be purchased by indi- 
viduals or producing companies subject to con- 
sent of the depositing agencies and copyright 
restrictions, if any. 

.At its new Federal Records Center in Suitland. 
Md., the National .-Vrchixes and Records Serxice 
preprint materials of current motion pictures 
produced by or for Federal agencies. Federal 
;igeiicies xvhich, in the past, haxe relied on com- 
mercial producers and laboratories to store these 
materials are being encouraged to use this nexv 
central facility. 

A completely nexv service noxv being offered 
to Federal agencies by the National .Xrchixes 
and Records Service is that of a color motion 
picture stock footage librarx . Recentlx- started 
\xith the acquisition of a small stock footage li- 
brary from one agencx', it is anticipated that it 
will eventually serx'e as a central stock footage 
library for most non-Defense Federal agencies, 
(^olor masters of scenes in this library are axail- 
able for sale to Federal agencies, indixiduals 
;iiid producing companies on the s;une basis as 
masters ;ind negatixes of films belonging to the 
historical collections in the National Archives 
ing of equivalent footage for the Library. • 



84 



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ocessed . . . Ektachrome ER 7257-72 
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FOCUS ON SPOR T 

Uurraiice Film, "America on Skis" 
to Show in Tliealers Next Autumn 
t-v America on Skis, a ten-minulc 
theatrical color film for the tasl- 
man kodak L'ompany, produced 
and directed by Dick Durrance (to 
be distributed by t'araniount nc- 
tures Corporation) is now in pro- 
duction. 

Durrance, one of America's 
foremost producers of ski films, is 
now on a three-month shooting 
schedule that will include the ma- 
jor ski areas of the United States. 

The film, to be edited by Jean 
Oser and written by Bob Sertz- 
berg, will include location photog- 
raphy in New England, the Mid- 
West, the Rocky Mountains and 
the West Coast. Even the subway 
ski-circuit at New York's Van 
Cortlandt Park will be included. 

Durrance, who has been produc- 
ing films for a variety of clients 
since 1939, was this country's 
first great international ski star. 
An Olympic standout, he has pro- 
duced over 20 skiing films. A 
current television ski series, now 
in national syndication, includes 
100 programs directed and photo- 
graphed by Dick Durrance. 

"I've done a lot of films that 
had nothing to do with skiing," 
says Durrance. "but skiing is nat- 
urally a particular love of mine. 
This film for Eastman Kodak will 
be, we feel, the most complete 
and definitive skiing film ever pro- 
duced." 

Eastman Kodak, whose photo- 
graphic equipment will be care- 
fully worked into the film's flow, 
recognizes the film as an exciting 
look at the tremendous growth of 
skiing in America. Fully utilized 
will be Durrance's ability to ski 
the trails with the film's subjects 
as he hand-holds the 35mm cam- 
era equipment. Extreme slow mo- 
tion, telephoto and traveling shots 
will also be brought into play to 
capture the thrill of the sport. 

After completion of America 
on 5A/s, Durrance will begin work 
on a preview film of the multi- 
million dollar resort. Snonmass 
at Aspen, now under construction 
in Colorado. 

America on Skies, with an orig- 
inal music score, will be released 
bv Paramount in the Fall of 1967. 
and will plav to an estimated 55 
million theater-goers all over the 
world. • 

* * * 

"Basic Sailing" Film to Help 
Show Youngsters Boating Safety 

r- With an ever increasing num- 



ber of Americans "going down to 
the sea in ships" there is a grow- 
ing need for instruction in the , 
handling of sailboats. 

To meet this need, Basic Sc.il- 
//i,','. a new 20-minute color film, 
has been sponsored by the Co- 
lumbia Yacht Corp. in coopera- 
tion with the American National 
Red Cross, as a public service and 
produced by Victor Kayfetz Pro- 
ductions, of New York. 

The Red Cross accepted the 
offer extended by Richard Valdes, 
President of Columbia Yachts, to 
sponsor the film required by the 
Red Cross for their stepped-up 
program of training instructors to 
teach youngsters the theory and 
practice of sailing. The film now 
completes the integrated Red Cross 
instructional package of a manual 
and paperback student's handbook 
on Basic Sailing. 

George O'Day, well-known Cor- 
inthian sailor and vice-president 
of Columbia, teamed with Charles 
W. Russell, also a sailing enthusi- 
ast, and Director of Small Craft 
Safety for the Red Cross to be- 
come joint technical advisers for 
the safety film project. • 

* * * 

Firestone Sponsors 27-Minute 
Film on PGA Golf Championship 

• Highlights of the 50th PGA 
golf championship, played at the 
Firestone Country Club last sum- 
mer, are featured in a new 16mni 
color movie narrated by Chris 
Schenkel. The 27-minute film. 
PGA Golden Anniversary Cham- 
pionship, presented by Firestone 
Tire and Rubber Company, is 
available for free-loan to com- 
munity organizations, country 
clubs, television stations, high 
schools, colleges and resorts 
through Association Films. 

The film covers the golf finals 
from numerous vantage points, via 
mobile cameras and telephoto 
lenses. You see key shots better 
than those who attended the PGA. 



PRODUCIBLE SCRIPTS 

representing over 25 years 

in actual production of 

technical and special 

effect films. 

DESIGN ■ SCRIPTING ■ DIRECTION 

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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



PREVIEW OF A SIGHT/SOUND INNOVATION FOR EXPO 67 

"The Wonder of Photography" at Expo 67 

Canailian Koilak Pavilion Theatre Fealures "Cascade of (iolor"' 
on Unique "Livinfj" Water Screen lor Climax of Presentation 



SHIMMERING Color Pictures 
will virtually spring to life 
on water in the Kodak Pavilion 
at Expo 67 — Canada's first 
World's Fair — being held in 
Montreal April 28 to October 27. 

Butterflies will appear to take 
flight, fish to swim, fireworks to 
explode in mid-air and colorful 
go-go girls to — go-go. as pic- 
tures are projected on a unique 
water screen composed of thou- 
sands of needle-like water jets. 
A Multi-Screen Color Show 

It's all part of a multi-screen 
eighl-mmute slide show entitled 
The Wonder of Photography 
which will be presented in the 
100-seat pavilion theatre, less 
than a two-minute walk from the 
Expo Express station on lie Notre 
Dame. 

The "cascade of color" on the 
water screen will climax the slide 
program. Pictures will grow, ao- 
parently out of nowhere, as ris- 
ing and falling water refracts im- 
ages of three color slides projected 
side by side. The images on the 
water will be formed by rear- 
screen projection with the aid of 
mirrors. 

Presented in Two Segments 

A conventional screen will be 
used during the first portion of 
the show, to be followed by the 
water screen for the final three 



minutes. Altogether. 12 Kodak 
Carousel projectors will be used 
with synchronized music narra- 
tion. The program will explore the 
ways in >vhich photography serves 
Man and his World — the theme 
of Expo 67. 

In addition to the theatre, the 
Kodak Pavilion will include a Pho- 



A Special Expo 67 Report 

''r When Canada's Expo 67 
is underway, well bring 
our readers the complete 
details, in pictures and 
text, of all that's new at 
this first category World 
Exhibition, supplementing 
the preview pages published 
several months ago. Ex- 
periences at Expo 67 will 
be invaluable to all who use 
audiovisual techniques in 
trade shows, at fairs and 
I for their product displays. 

to Information Centre where multi- 
lingual Canadian Kodak photo 
specialists will be on hand to as- 
sist camera fans. A free picture- 
taking guide to the grounds will 
offer information and suggestions 
to help visitors plan a photograph- 
ic record of Expo 67. 

A special exhibit area will dis- 
play 24 large color transparencies 



Floor plan of Canadian Kodak's 100-scat theatre at Expo 67, showing seat- 
ing arrangements ami setup far both front and rear projection used in hotli 
segments of "The Wonder of Photonraphtj" show designed for the Exhihi- 
tion. Master control system also adds b:-lingual narration, original miis.e. 



MASTER 

CONTROL 

PANEL 





\'isitors to Canada's Expo fi" will share 'The Wonder of Pholo^rapliy" 
ill a 10()-.vc«( Canadian Kodak Pavilion theatre where a tirtiud "cascade 
of color" climaxes the show with water screens refracting ecloiful images. 



of photographs taken across Cana- 
da from a low flying helicopter. 
They illustrate the country's re- 
sources, modern cities, grandeur 
and old-world charm. Another 
series of displays will depict the 
role of photography in education, 
health and science, business and 
communication, and in leisure- 
time activities. 

Pax'ilicn Has Fine Location 

The one-story pavilion fronts 
on an attractive mall and extends 
back to a picturesque canal. It is 
situated midway between the Ca- 
nadian and Russian pavilions and 
has 6.000 square feet of floor 
space. 

Kodak suggests that any camera 
manufactured outside the United 
States be registered with the U.S. 
customs office before entering 
Canada. Canadian Customs regu- 
lations permit visitors to take a 
reasonable amount of film into 
Canada while visiting Expo 67. 

Well report again on this Ko- 
dak show in our Expo 67 feature. 



BACKGROUND ON PROfECT 

■ - A unique water projection 
screen, composed of thousands of 
needle-like water jets, will produce 
a new dimension in images at the 
Kodak Pavilion. 

The "cascade of color" on the 
water screen will clima.x an eight- 
minute program portraying The 
li'onder of Photography in the 
100-seat Kodak theatre pavilion. 
Mater Scretn Goes to Work 

A conventional screen used dur- 
ing the first portion of the pro- 
gram will be replaced by the water 
screen. A pair of precision-drilled 
glass fibre pipes and a special sys- 
tem of pumps will allow three 
images from Kodak Carousel Pro- 
jectors to appear suddenly before 
the audience on the fine screen of 
water droplets. The images are 
formed by rear screen projection 
with the aid of mirrors. 

The complete projection system 
includes a total of twelve Ktxlak 
Carousel projectors — one bank 
of six for front screen projection 



Fulb-auloniated sight/ sound presentation — "The Wonder of Photography" 
is clarified in this sketch showing how concentional screen used in the first 
portion of the program is replaced by fine screen of falling water droplets 
which emeriie from precision-drilled plastic pipes in the "Cascade of Color." 



MAIN WATER SCREEN P1RE 




INTROOUCnOM 



KODAK CAROUSEL RROJECTOR 



ROOP MIRROR 



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and a second bank for rear-screen. 
Each bank is linked to provide 
three simultaneous images with 
dissolve capability and synchro- 
nized music-narration. Overall 
synchronization will be provided 
by punched paper tape which will 
control the water screen equip- 
ment and energize the synchro- 
nized projectors. The dissolve con- 
trols used to control the projectors 
provide either a 1 '/i second lap 
dissolve or for an instantaneous 
change, both of which are used 
throughout the presentation for 
dramatic transitions and special 
effects in shimmering color. 

Subjects to be seen on the water 



screen during its three-minute 
showing will include representa- 
tional art and red-clad go-go girls. 
Butterflies appear to take flight, 
fireworks explode in mid-air, fish 
swim and great cities of the world 
shimmer on the watery backdrop. 
How Photography Ser\es Man 
The initial front-projection por- 
tion of the eight-minute theatre 
program will explore the many 
ways in which photography bene- 
fits man in his everyday life — his 
health, recreation, scientific pur- 
suits and learning. 

Original music underscores the 
various themes of the presentation 
and is accompanied by narration 
in French and English. • 



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panels uacd in the Canadian Kodak Pavilion theatre. Two Kodak 
Carousel projectors, linked by external dissolve si/stcm, project images 
on two surfaces of roof mirror, to fixed mirror, then to water screen. 

■m A Special Report on the many unique applications of audiovisuals 
at Expo 67, complete with pictures and text details on how-it-works, 
will be published in these pages shortly after the Canadian show opens. 




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" International Broadcasting 
Awards, sponsored by the Holly- 
wood Radio and Television Soci- 
ety, were announced to the 1,000 
advertising and broadcast execu- 
tives who attended these cere- 
monies on March 7 at the Holly- 
wood Palladium. 

Grand Sweepstakes Winner for 
television commercials was a three- 
spot series for Best Foods' Bosco, 
produced by N. Lee Lacy Associ- 
ates Ltd. of Los Angeles, for 
Dancer-Fitzgerald & Sample West, 
Inc. J. Walter Thompson Com- 
pany and Doyle Dane Bernbach, 
Inc. shared honors among agencies 
with three trophy winners apiece. 

Three "Firsts" in Television 
Doyle Dane honors were all 
achieved in the television field, a 
major achievement at this year's 
competition. The agency had the 
best aniinated commercial with 
Animated .'\;pxodMQ.e.& by Pelican 
Films (New^York) for Volkswag- 
en of America'; it also had the best 
humorous commercial with Socks. 
produced by MPO Videotronics, of 
New York, for the Burlington Hos- 
iery Co. Another MPO production, 
Parts, produced for Volkswagen of 
America, waj-'ajjie third Doyle 
'Dane winnet-ia.s ^S«ored in Tele-: 
vision Category-'^ for live-action, 
60-sefead corMfti^rcials. This cate- 
[ory jjrew -inore entries than any 
in the competition, empha-» 
.the scope of this-award. 
J^^itolter Thompson's commer-" 
cial. White Dress, shared top hon- 
ors in Category 2 for live-action 
commercials of over 60 seconds. It 
was sponsored by the American 
Gas Association. The other winner 
in this Category was Pilot, entered 
by Young & Rubicam, Inc. of New- 
York, and produced for Eastern 
Airlines. 

Eleven of the 20 trophy winners 



were produced in New York City. 
including the radio sweepstakes 
winner. Four trophy winners were 
produced in Los Angeles, includ- 
ing the television sweepstakes win- 
ner. London, Toronto, Chicago, 
Denver and Boston contributed the 
other trophy winners. 

Foreign Entries Share Honors 

The public service television 
commercial trophy went to Mc- 
Cann-Erickson of Canada, Ltd. for 
Snon- Plow, produced for the De- 
partment of Highways of Ontario 
The Canadian winner was one of 
two foreign entries to carry off 
honors. The other winner was in 
television category 3, live-action, 
under 60 seconds, and was given 
the London Press Exchange, Ltd.. 
London. England, for Sluntman 
produced for Miles Laboratories. 
Ltd. 

John Urie & Associates, of Los 
Angeles was another notable win- 
ner and received top honors in 
television category 6 for "ID's, 10 
seconds or under" for a spot creat- 
ed for Ice Capades, Inc. 

Sherman J. McQueen. Foote, 

Cone & Belding, is president of the 

Hollywood Radio and Television 

Society which sponsored the 

awards; Jackie Cooper, Screen 

^ems' executive, was general chair- 

ifean of this year's program. The 

wiffiets were selected from a rec- 

,Qrd,3.i012 entries, of which 1.867 

>■ were: television commercials and 

1;14^ were radio spots. 

'^ Comsat Exec "Man of the Year" 

James McCormack. chairman of 
the board of the Communications 
Satellite Corporation, was named 
IBA's "Man of the Year" in inter- 
national communications. Mr. Mc- 
Cormack presented the sweep- 
■^takes awards; other citations were 
made b^ Hollywood stars. • 

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other professional groups continues to grow. A 
total of 14.064 motion picture print shipments 
was reported for 1966 by the American Medi- 
cal Association's Film Library. The number of 
such bookings was the greatest ever recorded 
by this service organization and represented a 
21 per cent increase over the previous year. 
Total bookings have shown constant growth 
each year since 1955 when 3,007 were re- 
corded, according to an analysis prepared b\ 
Ralph Creer. director of the AMA Section on 
Medical Motion Pictures and Television. 

A major portion of this increase was attrib- 
uted to the addition of films formerly distrib- 
uted by the Association of American Medical 
Colleges and the American College of Obstetri- 
cians and Gynecologists. Further analyzing the 
1966 totals. Creer noted that the largest single 
users of films from the AMA library were 
civilian hospitals and schools of nursing. 

Every U. S. medical school except two and 
10 medical institutions abroad used the services 
of the AMA Film Library during the past year. 
Paramedical schools were also increasingly 
heavy users, accounting for over 10 per cent 
of the total bookings. The library now has 
2,269 prints of -:89 film titles. This total in- 
cludes 124 health films which can be used by 
physician invited to address lay groups. 

A new and revised edition of "Medical and 
Surgical Motion Pictures.'' the American Medi- 
cal Association's catalog of selected medical 
and health films, was also published at year- 
end. More than 1 .000 new film titles have been 
added to this new edition of the catalog, bring- 
ing the total title listings to more than 4,000. 

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from the Americati Medical Association's library 
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ANNUAL GUIDE TO FILM WRITERS 




ARMINGTON & MEISTER 
220 East 54th St., New Vorfc. N.V. 10022 
Phone: (212) MU 8-3909 
Date of Organization: 1960 
H. F. Aniiingtoii. Writer-Director 
1. W. Mcister. Induslriol P. R. Cimyiillant 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictlhes: XtitrilioiwI Tluraptj — Some 
New Perspectives (Sturgis-Grant Productions, 
Inc./E. R. Squibb & Sons); The itinulc Saved 
(U.S. .\rmy Board of .\viation .Accident Re- 
search); Helicopter Instrument Flying, Parts I 
& //; Tactical Formation Flying (U.S. Army 
Aviation School); On-Carriage Fire Control 
Equipment (U.S. Army School of Artillery). 

JOHN C. BANCROFT 

3S55 .N. Sheridan Rd.. Chicago, III. 60626 

Phone: (312) ARdmore 1-7747 
RECENT SCRIPTS. PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictires: Gems for Induslry; Ttic Dif- 
ference is PDQ (Pilot Productions Superior Steel 
Castings Co.); Mixed Blessing (Pilot Produc- 
tions .Siikrcte); The Greater Harvesi (Reid H. 
Ray/Pioneer Com); Electric Shovels (Reid H. 
Ray for Hamischfeger Corp.); Big Acre Han- 
dling, and Guardians of Profit (direct for .Allis- 
Chahners); Crossbar Selector Switch (Pilot Pro- 
ductions for Cherry Electric Co. ) ; Packaging 
Equipment films (for Container Corp. of .Ameri- 
ca). Slmiehlms: Reid H. Ray (3 films for Bank 
Public Relations & Marketing .Assoc); Whitlock 
Co.) Dancer-Fitzgerald-Saniple ( Frigidaire); In- 
terlock Productions (.AT&T, U.ARCO— plus sales 
meeting material ) ; Pilot Productions ( Aqua- 
Ser\'. Illinois Tool Works, Dearborn Chemical. 
Business Methods Institute, jennison-Wright, 
Lester B. Knight, DuBois Chemical (3); Doug- 
las Film Industries ( Sara Lee, Ekco. ) 

SHERMAN BECK 

207 East 43rd St., New York. N.Y. 1 00 1 7 

Phone: (212) Oxford 7-14.59 

Date of Organization: 1947 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pktihes: Brand Impact ( Depicto Films 
Corp.; \icks Chemical Co.); Signals (Drew 
Lawrence Productions. Inc. for .American Cancer 
SocietN ) ; Moments of Decision ( Gerald Produc- 
tions for the U.S. .Army); Moments in U'fl.s/iing- 
ton (Marathon Intem;itioniil for U.S. Informa- 
tion Agency); To Please the Lad'es (WCD for 
Continental C^an Co. ) ; Good and Careful ( De- 
picto Films Corp. for U.S. Rubber Co.) 

LESTER S. BECKER 
II Cob Drive. Westport, C:onn. 
Phone: (203) 226-0300 

Lester Becker. Writer-Director 



WILLIAM BERNAl 
203 Clen Ave.. Sea Cliff. L.I., N.Y. 11.579 
Phone: (516) OR 6-1664 

Date of Organization: 1946 

William BiTii.il. Wrili r-Prodin i r 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion PicrvBt-s: Discover Hawaii. Aloha. D«- 
coter America (Reid H. Ray United .Air Lines); 
A/flf»'.v Reach (N.AS.A Electronics Research Cen- 
ter); The World of Si,;»cr/8 (Elektra films for 



WILLIAM BERNAL: CONTINUED 

Eastman Kodak Co.); .VASA Segment/ IBM 
Corp. Presentation (Ted .Mills, Inc. for IB.NI 
Corp.); Treasiires of the Earth (Film Enterprises 
for Dept. of Interior); Keep it Current! (N'isual- 
scope for American Cancer Society). 



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SPENCER BOSTWICK'S PLANFILM, INC. 
3212 "O • Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 

20007 
Phone: (202) 337-2181 

Date of Organization: 1958 

Spencer Bostwick, Owner— Head, Script 

Production and Storyboard Services 
Susan Elizabeth Johnson, Editorial Assistant 

RICHARD W. BRUNER 

777 Third Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022 
Phone: (212) 6SS-2019 
197 Bradley Ave., Bcrgenfield. N.J. 07621 
Phone: (201) DU .5-3751 

Date of Organization: 1963 
RECENT SCRIPTS. PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

.Motion PK:TrnEs; Oxygen Therapy (Union 
C:arl)ide); Growing Slarkets Growing Men 
(I.B..\I.); The Evolution of a Management In- 
formation System (I.B.M.); Reh.xed and Re- 
freshed (Heublein); Slidefilm: Crescendo 
(National Council of Churches); Vour School 
Board ( New Jersey Federation of District School 
Boards). Indisthi.^l Shows: Kodasehool '67, 
P.C.I. Sales Meeting, Sew Products (Eastman 
Kodak); Research and Development (St. Regis 
Paper). 

JACK BURNEY 

353 Sacramento St.. San Francisco, Calif. 

94111 
Phone: (415) 981-5197 

Date of Organization ; 19.59 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictihks; ]rl Cargo— J.\L Style ( .Auilio- 
\'isual Consultants Japan .Air Lines); A Taste of 
Sunshine (\'ista Productions, Inc. California 
Pnme Board); Oi>eration Freeze ( .Audio\'isu;d 
Consultants' Watsonville Frozen Food Co.); Tin 
Fledglings ( I'.AL Training Film Dept. United 
Air Lines); Comparative Blood Flote Studies in 
Prosthetic Heart Valves (Dick Ham Productions 
Cutter Lalx)ratories); Weapon Effeils Display 
(LRL Film Unit L;iwrence R;uliation Labora- 
tory); Rivers of Gold (Stanley Hall Marvin 
Becker Films Nevada Irrigation District); The 
Guild Program (.Audio A'isual ('onsultants Oliver 
Tire & Rubber Cu. ) : Time for a Change ( Dick 
Himi Productions Bull Sled Products. Inc.); The 
Computer That Learned How to Read { Bill 
Stokes .Associ;»tes Recognition Equipment Inc.); 
Scorpion (Mar\in Becker Films ' Broadwa> Ware- 
house Corp.); Defense Communication Satell'te 
( Films for Industry for Philco Corp. ) ; The 
llydro-Vent Story (Mar\'in Becker 'Pacific Dis- 

■5!^ The "star" over a writer's listing in these 
pages denotes advertising text for additional 
reference elsewhere in this Pnxluclion Review. 



JACK BURNEY: CONTINUED 

tributors Inc.); Out of the Past; Homeless Sear 
a Thousand Homes; Duel for Downtown (Jamor 
Productions/ San .Antonio Urban Renewal Agen- 
cy; Consultants Tri-Valley Growers .Assn.); 
Flight 66 (.Audio \'i.sual). Slidefilms: Tomato- 
ness (.Audio \'isual Con.sidtants/Bolsford, Con- 
stantine & McCarthy Inc. for |apan .Air Lines); 
7"/ir Guaranteed Tomorrow (Wyatt .Adv. Inc./ 
C;P.\I Life Insurance Co.). Sales Meetings: 
Prospecting ( Ford Motor Co. for Ford .Authorized 
Leasing System Dealer Convention); The Race 
for Sales (Shelby .American Inc.). Exhibtt 
SoiNDTB,\CKs: Bi'osatellite. Gravity Welk in 
Space (Films for Industry/ NAS.A, Ames Re- 
search Center). 

COE-PEACOCK, INC. 

Governors House, 8400 Wisconsin .Ave., 

Washington 14. D.C. 
Phone: (301 » 656-5240 

Date of Organization: 1961 

Lowry N. Coe. jr.. Partner 

(Jifford L. Pf;icock, Partnt r 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictibes: Pageant of Promise (GM Pho- 
tographic/Chevrolet and E.istman Kodak); 
Movin I'p to Derby Downs- (GM Photo/Chev- 
rolet); Man in Command; Wings for the Fleet; 
Weaponiers of the Deep (U. S. Navy); Ireland 
on the Cio ( .NLittco .Associates/ Paramount Pic- 
tures); 1966 Buick Open Golf Tournament; 
Water Ski With Buick (GM Photo/ Buick ) ; 
Pathway to Profit (Industrial Systems Div., 
Aerojet-General Corp.); Sick Call: Infectious 
Di.wases; Sick Call: .\bdominal Disorders (U.S. 
Navy Bureau of Medicine & Surgen.); \ursing 
in a Coronary Care I'nit (U. S. Public Health 
Service); .\'.M-2I Helicopter .\rmament Sub Sys- 
tem (.Aberdeen Proxing Ground); \uclear Pro- 
ptd.sion (N.AS.A); Pacific .\dvenlure (Mattco 
As.sociates/ Eastman Kodak Co.); Firebird (GM 
Photo/Pontiac); Destination Vietnam (U. S. 
Coast Guard ) ; Rmd to Everywhere (Produc- 
tion .Associates for National .Asphalt Paving 
.Assn.); Voyage from Tahiti (Mattco .Associates/ 
Paramount Pictures); Sew Era for Lord.iiown 
(GM Photo Fisher Bodv). Filmstbips: Title I— 
Off and Running (Charlie Papa Productions/ U.S. 
Office of Education). 



DEAN COFFIN & ASSOCIATES 
7261 Holl.™ood Blvd., Hollywood. Calif. 

90046 
Phone: (213) S76-S979 

D:ite of Organization: October. 1965 

Dean f'offin. Executive Associate 

W. D. Coffin, .\ssoeiate 

RoImtI .a. Thorn. Midwest .\.K.soclate 

B:irl)ara Whitney. Office Manager 
RECENT SCRIPTS. PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Putiius: ( hn sIit Corp. (HolKwood 
Animators); Clorox Compan\ (Parthenon Pro- 
ductions), Hix-son, Jorgensen .Ageiuy-Richfield 
(The Petersen Co.); American Bar .Association 
' Theatrical Production ) . 



COFFIN CHRISTENSEN 
(Formerly James L. Coffin) 

1506 17lh East, Seattle, Washington 9SI02 
Phone: (206) EA 5-27S2 

Date of Organization: Febniarv'. 1965 



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•■ COFFIN/CHRISTENSEN: 

James L. Coffin, Pwdiirtion Dcagner 
i)a\iil G. Christeiiscn, Writer. Dirrctor 

RECENT SCRIPTS. PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion PiCTiuts: Sets, i'uion anil Intersection: 
AiUlilion and Siil)traclion; Miilliiilication and Di- 
vision ( Matheinatkal Association of America, 
supported by the National Science Foundation). 
ANi.\i.\Tif:D Se<jvkn'c:ks: for Scrappy; Xiinjcrical 
Control: Rain kepcllcnt (The Hoeing Compan\ ) : 
Electric Xorthuest { Ia\ Knlp Film Productions 
Pud get Power); Sets: Part 1 and 2 {Rarig's Inc. 
Mathematical As.sn. of .America). T\' Commeh- 
ciALS: for Ernest Hardware (Botsford, Constan- 
tine and .\IcCart\ .Adytg. ). 

LEE DAVIS 

313 NorHood Lane, Woodbridge. \'a. 22191 

Phone; (703) 494-4912 

Date of Organization: 1965 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictures; The Golden Went and Com- 
pamj'x Coming (U.S. Travel Service): Electronic 
Scanning Radar — ESR (Sperry Gyroscope); 
lloic Airplane: Fhj: The Inxpector.'i; Plane Sense: 
(Feder;il .\viation .\gency): The Don't Giva 
Danin.^ (Standard Steel Div.. Baldwin. Lima 
Hamilton); The Monetj Maker (.\irbonie Prod- 
ucts, Inc.); Painting Aboard Ship: Strains, Sprains 
and Dislocation.': (U.S. Xav\ ) ; Phantoms of Phan 
Rang: Operalion Para-Cote and Buildup in South- 
east .Asiti (U.S.A.F. ); Face of Brotherhood (In- 
ternational Brotherhood of Electrical Workers ) ; 
The Guardians ( Societ\- for the Prevention of 
Cruelt\ to .Animals); Surface to Air .Mi.v.si/c De- 
velopment (RCA); To Care Enough: Tempera- 
ture, Puhc & Respiration: Bed and Bedside Unit: 
Patient's Food Xeeds and Bathing the Patient 
(PRN Films); The Adcerti.wtg Que.^ion: Vari- 
atiom oti a Theme; The Calendar Game; Tlie 
Follow-up (Small Business .Administration). 

TED DE ALBERICH 

14 Yarmouth Rd., Chatham, New Jersey 0792S 
Phone: (201) 63.5-S67S 

Ted dc .Alberich, Writer-Director 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motio.v Pictltbes: Operation of the ANGSQ 
76: Survival; Special Forces Destructive Tech- 
niquex; Special Forces Air Operation.^, Drop 
Zones; Special Forces Air Operations, Landing 
Zones; Psychological Operations. Troop Units & 
Em])loymcnt; Psychological Operations in Un- 
conventional Warfare; XM 16 Aircraft Weapons 
Sy.<item; XM 21 Aircraft Weapons Sy.stem; Ve- 
hicle. Operations— Weather Extremes— Part I— 
Arctic: Vehicle Operation.^— Weather Extremes, 
Part II-Desert & Tropical (U. S. Army). Slide 
Presentations: Federal Paperboard Sales pre- 
sentation (Williams & London): Sales training 
program (Beth Israel Cemeten,- .Association). 

EDITORIAL SERVICES, INC. 

1276 West Third Street. Cleveland. Ohio 

44113 
Phone: (216) TOwer 1-4577 

Date of Incorporation: 1952 

William D. Ellis, President 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictl-hes: Clo.\e-Up: .Mr Force Doctor 
(U. S. .A. F.); Special Pcrfornuinee ( .Mode- .Art 
Pictures, Inc. for Bethlehem Steel Co. ) ; Adven- 
ture: Greater Cleveland (United .Appeal of 
Greater Cleveland). 

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JANE FITZ-RANDOIPH 

1845 Bluebell Ave., Boulder, Colorado S0302 
Ph<me: 422-4436 

D.ite of Organiziition: 1959 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Filmstbif: .a Home is Belonging to Someone 
(The Boulder County Humane Society, Boulder, 
Colorado ) . 

DON FRIFIELD 

53 West 42nd St., New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) .56,5-,5230 

Don Frifield, Writer-Director 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictlties: Logic and the Way Things 
.\re; The Field Engineering Story (I. B. M.); 
Puerto Rico Means Bu.sincss! (Contact Market- 
ing/Commonwealth of Puerto Rico); The Xatu- 
ral Look of Action (Contact Marketing/ Chese- 
brough-Ponds); The Beginning of the Rainbow 
(Triumph Productions/ N. Y. Philanthropic 
League); Mixed Steel (Mode-Art Pictures/ Beth- 
lehem Steel): Wiiig.s to Hawaii (Film .Authors/ 
Pan American .Airways); Poised for Action (Con- 
tact Marketing/ Prudential Insurance Co.); 
Something's Happening! (Spectrum Associates/ 
Coty): A Destiny Upon The Waters: The Xew 
Xation; Profile of a Sea Power; Traditions Old. 
Traditions Xew; The Sea is a Special Place (U.S. 
Nav\); The Hard Work of Freedom (Y.B. & W. 
Advertising Institute of Rural Reconstniction) : 
The Imperfect Society: The Xew Federalism. 
The Total Environtnent (WETA/ National Edu- 
cational Television). Slidefilms: for T. W. A., 
I. B. M.. Pepsi-Cola, Coty. 

DWINELL GRANT 

Solebur>', Bucks County, Pennsylvania 18963 
Phone: (215) 297-5204 
Date of Organization: 1955 

Dwinell Grant, Science Writer & Animation 
Designer 

THOM HOOK ASSOCIATES 

Ferry Farms, N,A,P.O., Annapolis, .Md. 21402 
Phone: (301) 757-1S06 

Date of Organization: 1965 

Thorn Hook, Writer-Pholographcr-Editor 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictcres: Highlights of R k D (Marine 
Engineering Laborator\) Staff Report: Father's 
Day Air Show (.Aqualand, Newburg, Md,); 
Frederick .\ir Races (UPI); Down the Potomac 
(Ranger Hal-Lee Shephard Show (WTOP-T\'): 
Rick & Coco Show (W.MAL-TV'), Capt. Lee 
Show (WTTG-T\'). 

CHARLES E. HUSTON 

7337 Beechwood Drive, Mentor. Ohio 44060 
Phone: (216) 2.5.5-31S9 

Date of Organization: 1961 

Charles E. Huston. Writer-Scripts and Lyrics 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictches; Sotncthing Special (Wilding 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.); The Set of Dif- 
ferences, Set of Rational Xumbers ( Educational 
Research Council of Greater Cleveland); White 
Betters The Best-By Test (Cinecraft 'White 
Motor Co.); Why Politics? Government-Business 
Relations; How to Wage a Political Campaign, 
Getting into Local Politics, Our Two-Parttj System 
(Republic Steel Corp.). Slidefilms: The Gath- 
ering Storm. Push Button Paper Cutting, Faster 
Makeready-llighrr Productivity (John .Avel'Har- 
ris-Seybold); What Do You Do With a Delin- 
quent? (Cinecraft/ Cleveland Welfare Federa- 
tion); Stainless Steel Passenger Shelters (Repub- 



CHARLES E. HUSTON: 

lie Steel); On the Prowl with the Tiger (Wild- 
ing/Baker Division, Otis Elevator Co. Sales 
Meetings: Executive speeches. Regional Whole- 
sale Dealer Conferences; Skits and l\Tics. District 
Managers' Conference (Good\ear Tire & Rubber 
Co.). 

PAUL W. JENSEN 

115 South Benton St., Palatine, 111. 
Phone: (312) 358-1137 

Date of Organization: 1963 

Paul W. Jensen. Writer 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; Table Talk (Burt Munk & 
Co./Sealy); Xew Life for Old Schools— An In- 
terim Report (Pilot Productions/ Research Council 
of the Great Cities Program for School Improve- 
ment); The Difference Is You (Household Fin- 
ance Corp.); Make the Best of It; One for the 
Money; Material Handling Beyond Words; The 
Trouble with Speed; World of Difference (Inter- 
national Harvester). Slidefilms: Friend of the 
Family (Film Motivators/ Delu.\e Check 
Printers); The Business of Profit (Burt Munk & 
Co. .American Research Merchandising Insti- 
tute) ; A Career that Counts (Pilot Productions/ 
Victor Comptometer Corp.). 

PHILIP KALFUS 
1323 51st Street, Brookh-n, N.Y. 11219 
Phone: (202) GEdney 3-1075 

ALEXANDER KLEIN 
521 West 112th St.. New Y'ork, N.Y. 10025 
Phone: (212) .AC 2-7634 

Alexander Klein & Staff, Writers 

RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictibes and Shows: for Metropolitan 
Life Insurance, Johnson & Johnson, RCA, Para- 
mount Pictures, Screen Gems, Columbia Pictures, 
General Telephone Co., Texaco, Coca-Cola, B. F. 
Goodrich. A'olswagen, IG.A Stores, Bo\s Club of 
.America, Greater New York Fund, du Pont. 

DAN KLUGHERZ 

4S -Arrandale .Avenue, Great Neck. New York 
Phone: (516) HUnter 2-5737 

RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictlkes: Modern W(mwn: The Uneasy 
Life: The Difference Between Us; Marked for 
Fa^.lure (National Education Tele\Tsion); Canada 
in Crisis; Room Down Under (National Educa- 
tional Television and \\'estinghouse Broadcast- 
ing Co. ) . 

ED KNOWLTON 

Box 368, Charlton City, Massachusetts 0150S 

Phone: (617) 24S-5886 

Date of Organization: 1963 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Going Places (.Audio Produc- 
tions lohn Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co.); 
Credit-Power for Commerce (.Audio Productions' 
Dun & Bradstreet. Inc.); Harvester of the Sea 
( Ba\ State Film Productions Maine Dept. of Sea 
& Shore Fisheries) : Xature's Palette (Morse .Allen. 
Inc.): The Touch of Diamonds (Bay State Film 
Productions Norton Company). 

WAYNE A. LANGSTON 
2266 Howell Mill Rd., N.^\ ,. Atlanta. Ga 

30318 
Phone: (404) 3.55-2422 

Wayne A, Langston, Writer-Director 

Extra copies of this 17th Annual on request while 
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PAUL A. LITECKY 
417 MaplewoocI ,\veiiue, Springfield, Pa. 

19064 
Phone: (215) ,543-7336 

Date of Organization: November, 1966 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictihes: Milk and llic Multihiilis (Cal- 
vin-De Frenes Corp./ the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania); 1967 CMM Show (Aimcee 
Wholesale Corp., New York). 

SUMNER J. LYON 

518— 8th Street. Wilniette, Illinois 60091 
Phone: (312) ALpine 6-1.526 

Date of Organiz;ition: 1961 

Summer J. Lyon, Film Writer-Consiiltaiit 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: A Meeting to Remember 
(Vogue Films/ Renault); That the People Shall 
Knoic (Telecine Film Studios Sigma Delta Chi, 
lournalistic Sodetv); War on Pocerttj (Ushijima 
Films, C.C.V.O.);' Satellite Orbit Calculation 
(United States Air Force). SLroEFiLM: The 
Foundation (Ushijima Films/A.B.C). 

JOHN K. MACKENZIE 

957 Park Ave.. New York, N.Y. 10028 
Phone: (212) RE 7-4091 
Date of Organization: 19.58 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictvbes: for .AT&T, American Bankers 
Association, International Paper, National Cystic 
Fibrosis Research Foundation, American Sugar 
Company, Axerst Laboratories, American Chem- 
'cal Society, Screen Gems (The Naked City), 
Canadian Broadcasting Corp. 



DOUGLAS C. McMULLEN - Script Services 
16 Kellogg Drive. Wilton. Conn. 06897 
Phone: (203) 762-3145 

Date of Organization: 1960 

Douglas C. McMullen, Writer 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Vail New Power for the 
Peneil and Cutting Pattern Costs with Computer 
Cut Patterns (F. Kolarek Productions IBM); 
The Medical Information System; Produceabilityl 
The Extra Dimension; Railroads Go-On-Line For 
Profit (IB.M); The Expanding Frontiers of Tech- 
nology (Audio Productions/ Babcock & Wilcox); 
Get in the Swim and The White House-Ati Amer- 
ican Heritage (Universal Pictures' newsreel); 
How're You Doing? (APC/the U. S. Amiv). 
Meeting Procr-\ms: A View From The Other 
Side (IBM World Trade 1007<- Club); Section 
of Sales Meeting for the Scott Paper Co. (Pro- 
ductions Associates). 



OSMOND MOLARSKY 

P.O. Box 6, Sacramento. California 
Phone: (916) 922-6.563 

Date of Organization: 1946 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: More Than Meets the Eye 
(National Park Services ); Videotape: Gold Was 
M'here You Found It ( Winner Readers Digest 
Foundation A\vaid/K\1E, Sacramento); The 
Communists (Eight programs about Communism, 
for Sacramento Vallev Instructional Tele\ision. 

■^ The "star" over a writer's listing in these 
pages denotes advertising text for additional 
reference elsewhere in this Production Review. 



BRUCE MOODY 
372 Central Park West, New York, N.Y. 10025 
Phone: (212) UN 5-.5278 

Date of Organization: 1961 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Weajwus of the Infantry; 
Nike Hercules Missile Parts II & III; other classi- 
fied (.Army Pictorial Center); A/-21 Expedition- 
ary Aircraft Recovery System; (Fordel Films/ 
Naval Photographic Center). Slidefilms: Atireo 
SS Potentiated Chick Starter Program; A Closer 
Look at an Old Problem (Fordel Films/ Cyana- 
mid International). 

LAWRENCE MOLLOT 

71 West 23rd Street, New York. N.Y. 10010 
Phone: (212) YU 9-17.50 

Lawrence Mollot, Writer-Director 

Ceceille Lester. Associate 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Espionage Warfare; The Man 
for the Aerospace Team (U. S. Air Force); 
Minuteman and You; The Ground Electronics 
System for Minuteman 1.33B; The AN/MPQ-32 
Counter Battery Radar System (Sylvania Elec- 
tronic Systems); Teamwork Pays Dividends; 
Sykania and Minuteman (Sylvania Electric Pro- 
ducts, Inc.); Discovery (Tennessee Valley .Auth- 
ority); Communication Tools for Management 
(McLaughlin Research Corp.). 



BYRON MORGAN ASSOCIATES, INC. 
1025-33rd St., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20007 
Phone: (202) 333-5155 
Date of Organization: 1961-Inc.: 1965 

Associated with: Gotham Rhodes Ltd.. at Co- 
lumbia Pictures Corp., 438 Cower St., Holly- 
wood. California; Biofilms, Easton, Maryland 

B\ ron Morgan, Writer 

Ton\- Lazzarino, Writer 

Pat 'Morgan, Research Writer, Film Research 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictu-bes: The Present is Prologue 
(Seriei; of 4. National Educational Association/ 
NASSP): HighUghts of 1966 (Sun Dial Films' 
National .Aero. & Space .Administration); Recog- 
nition of F4B/C; Mineswceping Personnel Safety 
(U. S. Navy); Georgetotcn University (George- 
town Universitv); Final Guns (Feature, John 
Eisenhower, Tech .Adviser. Columbia Pictures 
Corp.). 

EDWARD R. MURKIAND, Writer 
27 Bank Street, Box 38, New Milford, Conn. 

06776 
Phones: (203) EL 4-3301' 5660 

Date of Organization : 1 962 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Total Production Capability 
(Eclipse-Pioneer Div. of Bendix Corp.); Busi- 
ness Planning Tools in Action; The Close (Con- 
necticut General Life Insurance Co.); The 24 
Hours of LcMans (Film Enterprises/ IBM World 
Trade Corp.); Corrasioii Control of Underground 
Steel; The Handtrap Test {MM Farrell Produc- 
tions, Inc. for U.S. Steel; .Ally Day in the Week!; 
The Particle of Difference; Safer for Cotton 
(Matt Farrell Productions. Inc. /Hercules. Inc.); 
The Inside Story (Matt Farrell Productions, Inc.' 
P. R. Mallor\- Corp.); Report on '66 (Matt Fai- 
rell Productions, Inc. Burlington Industries). 
Meetings: J. P. Stevens; Fieldcrest; Fleischman; 
Ballantine; -American Airlines ( Michael John .As- 
sociates); Tb.^imng Courses; Control Desk Man- 
agement (Michael John .A.ssociates .AMF Bowl- 
ing Marketing Institute). 

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EDOIE O'BRIEN - THE WRITER 

67 Old Higlnvay, \\ ilton. Conn. 

Phone: (203) 762-8-100 

Date of Oi-j;anizati()ii: 1960 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Dclcvrama Tuo- rictiMirania 
The Mark of Excellence: You Hate to he a Saint 
to Do Thk: A.C.E.; Aim for Perfection; Sales- 
tnanship: Art of Scieiiee?; Ralph Mark Retirc- 
vient film (GM Photographic for CM sponsors)- 
Corporate Film Script (General Foods); pilot 
Films Ski with Stein (Video Artist). 



EARL PEIRCE, Scripts 
Blue Mountain Farm, Blairstown, N'.J. 07825 
Phone: (201) 362-6087 

Date of Organization: 1945 
Earl Peirce, Writer-Director 

Services: Scripts and stor\ boards; direction aiid 
editorial coordination. 

RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictibes: Ili/pertcnsion: Challenge of 
Diagnosis (American Heart Assn.); Riot Control 
Agents; Role of the Veterinarian ( U. S. Dept. of 
Agricnlture): Cryosurgery in the Oral Cavity 
(\eterans Administration); Civil Defense at Port 
Facilities (Maritime Administration); Seapower- 
UnUas V (U. S. \avv); Logistics: Vietnam Re- 
port II; The I in Infantry; Interior Guard Duty- 
Riot Control Munitions; Military Police in the 
FiM Army IV . S. Army). Other classified films. 

GILBERT R. PETERS, JR. 

2909 Perrysville Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15214 
Phone: (412) 322-3993 

Dateof Org;mization: 1965 

Gilbert Peters. Writer-Director 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Color in Concrete (Res. Div 
of Pittsburgh Plate Gla.ss Co.); The Short Way 
^fome (Montefiore Hospital. Pittsburgh)- 
Wrought Iron, The Modern Metal (A. M. Byers 
Company). (All the above produced bv William 
Matthews Co.). Basic Geometry (Mode- Art 
Pictures/ Pittsburgh Board of Education). 

STAN PHILLIPS 
1060 Bannock St., Denver, Colo. 80204 
Phone: (303) 534-6494 

Date of Organization: 1962 
Stanley C. Phillips. Writcr-Con.mltant 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
MoTio.N- PicTLBEs: The Home Health Aide 
(Barbre Productions/Colorado State Dept of 
Public Health); Rails to Go (Barbre Productions/ 
CF&I Steel Corp. ) ; Glen Canyon ( National Park 
Service). Filmstbips: Municipal Investment 
Trust Fund (Audio-Visual S> stems, Inc / 
.M. I. T. F.); Ma.Hermatic I: The Idea Machine 
(.Audio- Visual System, Inc./Elco Optisonics 
Corp.); The Aerosol Spray Method of Signmak- 
ing (Audio-Visual Systems, Inc./Signmakers 
Inc.); Cessna 1.50 Demonstration (A\" Aviation 
Ground School Co.). TV Commercials: for 
American Lamb Council (Frve-Sills & Bridges 
Inc.); Chevron Oil Co. (White & Shuford Ad- 
vertising); Ranch House Mixes (Forrest G. .Mever 
Advtg.); Hathaway for Governor ( Kostka-Brooks 
& Associates, Inc.); Romer for U. S. Senate (Eby- 
Everson, Inc.). 



HENRY R. POSTER & ASSOCIATES 

South Farm Road, Port Washington, N.V. 

110.50 
Phone: (516) PO 7-1310 

Date of Organization: 1961 

Henry R. Poster, W'riter, Director 

lo\ce Ke\s Poster, R. N., Research 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictures: yew Grounds for Recreation; 
This is Chcmstrand; Decorating For Xow and 
Then (Aegis/ Monsanto); The Protective Barrier; 
The Visual Experience (La.\/U. S. Plywood); 
The Robot Chemist; Guided Arteriography 
(Aegis/Wamer-Chilcott); Bank Pre-Fabs (J. 
Armstrong & Co.); Diabetes Mellitus (Aegis/Eli 
Lilly); Search at Schering ( Aegis/ Schering 
Corp.); Front Screen Projections (Kavfetz/ 
Lotas); The Wide, Wide World of Julius Wile 
(Aegis/ Julius Wile & Sons); Mews Break 
(.\. C. M. E./ Professional Closed Curcuit TV); 
Doxapram Hydrochloride (Aegis for A. H. Robins 
Co.). Slidefu-ms: NESA (Lax/ American Cyana- 
mid). 

HARRY PRESTON 

1279 W. Forest A^e., Detroit, Michigan 48201 
Phone: (313) 831-1786 

Date of Organization: 1952 
Harry Preston, Writer, Director, Producer 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; The Quest for Quality; Get 
on the Ball; Merit Plans for 1967 (Instructional 
Arts/Merit Mufflers. Toledo); Dead-Beat Treat- 
ment (B. F. Goodrich Co.); Sonic Testing (Heath 
Electronics/ Instructional Arts, Detroit); Bionics 
(Bendix Corp., Detroit). Slidefilms; for Ency- 
clopedia Britannica, Chicago and Michigan Heart 
Association. LnE Shows: You Gotta Be Kidding 
(Half -Pint Lounge, Detroit). Kelvinator .An- 
nouncement Show for 1967 (Briggs Corporation, 
Dearboni, Mich, for Kelvinator). 



■5!^ The "star" over a writer's listing in these 
pages denotes ad%'ertising in this Review. 



LEON S. RHODES 
King Road, Br>n Athyn, Pennsylvania 19009 
Phone: (215) Wilson 7-4044 

Leon Rhodes, Design, Scripts, Direction 

RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: F/(/,s7i Blindness: Mining in 
A. S. W.; Aerial Mining (U. S. Xavv); Phila- 
delphia RkV Story (.American Heritage Foun- 
dation); Even-Flo Enclosures (C. R. S. Indus- 
tries ) . 

M. G. RIPPETEAU 

1427 Church St.. Evanston, III. 60201 
Phone: (312) UN 4-9043 

Date of Organization: 19.59 

.\I. G. "Rip" Rippeteau, Writer, A-V Consultant 
\'irginia C. Rippeteau, Secretary Bookkeeper 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictures: M-T for Minimum TilUige 
(Howard Rotavator Co., Inc.); Awards Report 
(American Feed Manufacturers Assn.); Non- 
Stop, High Speed Mowing; Use Whitaker Shear- 
fingers; Why Whitaker Leads (W'hitaker Manu- 
facturing Co.). Slidefilms: Sackner is GO for 
Cotton-Flote (\\'m. .\. Kirschner & Co. for Sack- 
ner Products, Inc.); Your Hardware Line (WNK/ 
.McGraw-Edison Co.); Versatile Variety of Amaz- 
ing Ansteers (WNK/ Dow Corning Corp.); Water 
Science in the Home (Societ\- for \'isual Educa- 
tion, Inc./Culligan Water Foundation). 



WILLIAM L. SIMON FILM SCRIPTS, INC. 
2407' 2 Eye St. N.W., Washington, D.C. 20037 
Phone: (202) FEderal 3-7514 

Date of Organization: 1938 
William L. Simon. Writer 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

.Motion Pictures: Mark of Quality— The Story 
of Meat Packing (.Monumental Films for Esskay 
Co.); Weapons Ranges— USAF (Audio Produc- 
tions/ U. S. Air Force); Stolen Cars (Nonvood 
Studios/ F. B, I.); Zero Defects-Right the Fir.^ 
Time (Norwood Studios/U. S. Air Force); fip- 
search in the Upper Atmo.iphcre (Goddard Space 
Flight Center); The Modern Marine (V. S. 
Marine Corps.); On Iron Rails (Federal Aviation 
-Agency); Introduction to Service Center Opera- 
tions (Internal Revenue); The Mode Program 
(Department of Agricult\ire); C-130 Aircraft- 
Introduction and C-130 Aircraft— Familiarization 
(.Norwood Studios/ U.S. A.F.); Photographic In- 
strumentation (Monumental Films for .\av 
Ordnance Lab.): C Mk 1 Sonar (Lopatin Pn 
ductions for US Navy); Walleye Weapon System 
and Bcachjiimpcr Operations (U. S. Navy). T\' 
Co.MMERCL\LS: (Shakespeare Summer Festival. 
U. S. Marine Corps, U. S. Marine Corps Resenes. 
and National Institute of Mental Health. Pro- 
GR-^iMS: Spectrum USA (J. Walter Thompson for 
U. S. Marine Corps). 

RAY SPERRY 

2332 Manchester Avenue, Cardiff, Calif. 

92007 
Phone: (714) 753-7118 

Date of Organization: 1961 
Ray T. Sperry. Writer 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Scientific Safari (Copley Pro- 
ductions ) ; San Diego—The Most Important 
Corner (Copley Productions); The Bountiful 
Flow (Utilities Dept.. City of San Diego); The 
Recreation Department: 1965 and 1966 Annual 
Report; Public Works Department (City of San 
Diego). Slidefilms: The Magneform Machine 
(S. S. W. Films /General .Atomic Div. of General 
DyTiamics); The High Country (S. S. W. Films/ 
John Da\' Recreational Development Co.). TV 
CoMMEBCLALs: Coplcy Productions/ San Diego 
Union and E\ening Tribune; Sacramento Union; 
Technical F'lms/Honest John. 



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GENE STARBECKER, Film Builder 
475 Fifth Ave.. New York. N.Y. 
Phone: (212) MU 3-1093 

Date of Organiz.ition ; 1953 

Gene Starbecker, Writer-Director 

Ste\e Stelean. Researcher 

Rita Frankl'n. Sceri tary 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Day the Bicycles Dis- 
appeared (Bay State Productions/ American .Auto- 
mobile -Assn.): Rules of the Slopes (John Br.ins- 
by U. S. Ski .Association); Operation Bra Strap 
( Thirty-Five/ Si.xteen, Inc. Fairchild-Hiller, Inc. ) ; 
Forty Years Since Lindbergh (U. S. Paris Air 
Show, Federal .Aviation .Agency); A New Mem- 
ber in the Family (.Applied Concepts, Inc./Con- 
tineiital Can Comnan\); Accelerated Action 
(John Bran.sby Productions/ Humble Oil Co.). 

STARBECKER, INC. 

8700 Manchester Rd., SiNer Spring, Md. 

20901 
Phone: (301) 587-8648 

Date of Organization: 1954 

J. M. Starbecker, President 

Eugene Norman Starbecker, Writer-Director 

Jerry Ward, Associali' Writer, Researcher 



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What's a "world" of experience? 

Every year for our clients Bay State crews log thousands of miles in a 
growing list of countries, from South America to Europe and Africa. Last 
year our cameras went everywhere from Bond Street in London — to dia- 
mond mines at Kimberly. Paris. Cologne. Milan. Amsterdam. We were there. 

Our men bring back more than just footage. Wherever they work, they look 
for new ideas and concepts in film making. They add constantly to Bay 
State's range of technical experience — and creative resources. 

That's one reason why at Bay State you'll always find a fresh approach — 
a surprising stock of new and exciting ways to make your production 
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STARBECKER INCORPORATED: 
Marcia Mailovv, Associate Writer, Researcher 
Isabell Fraiik, Secretary 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motrin PicTiiit.s: Soineluidij C.nofed (Bethle- 
hem Steel Co. ) ; A State of Discovery-New York 
(John Bian.sby Productions/ Humble Oil Co.); 
The SST Program (Federal Aviation Agencv); 
The Edgewood Arsenal Story (Dept. of Agricul- 
ture-U. S. Army); Another Name fur Nowlu-rc 
( Mod Production.s ) . 

PETER J. STUPKA 
6980 Maple Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 

20012 
Phone: (202) RAndolph 3-6427 
Date of Organization ; 194.5 

DON SWEET 

3402— 153rd Street, Flushing, N.Y., 11354 
Phone: (212) 463-9095 
Date of Organization: 1963 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion PiCTunE.s: The Difference is in the 
Reading (Applied Concept.s/ Saturday Evening 
Post); Good and Careful (Depicto Films/ U. S. 
Rubber Co.); Plus Value (Depicto Films/ U. S. 
News & World Report). Slidefilms; The Sale is 
Made When They See What They Said They 
Wanted and If You Ask Them, You Can Trade 
Them Up (Depicto Films/ Bates Fabric); The 
New Beauti-Blend Perma-Iron Sheet (Depicto 
Films/ [. P. Stevens); House & Gardens Color 
Keys to Satisfaction and Sales (Depicto Films/ 
House & Garden Magazine); A Plan for Keeping 
in Shape (Depicto Films/the Pellon Corp.); Pre- 
scription for Happy Eyes and Pockethooks (De- 
picto Films/ Frederick Printing Co.); What Will 
Your Retirement Be Like? (Depicto Films/ Mu- 
tual of N. Y.); How Pantasote Can Help You In- 
crease Your Sales (Roger Wade Prods./ the Pan- 
ta.sote Co. ) ; Announcing the Spectacular New 
Touch & Sew (Depicto Films/ the Singer Co.). 
Sales Phesentations: Word Processing (Char- 
isma Group/IBM); Untitled E.xecutive Sales Pre- 
sentation (Charisma Group/ Celanese); The Story 
Behind Consumer Acceptance of Keds (Depicto 
Films/ U. S. Rubber). Sales Meetings: Qualify- 
ing Your Pros-pect. Canister Cleaner Demonstra- 
tion. Upright Cleaner Demonstration, Drama- 
tizing the Difference, How to Make Multiple 
Sales of Singer Products, Keeping Your Hand in. 
Courtesy Certificate. The Idea Behind Telephone 
Collections, Collection Phone Power, How to Sell 
Singer Stereo Equipment, Creative Salesmanship. 
—Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, Your Very 
Best Prospect (Depicto Films/ Singer Co.). 

KENNETH STUBBS 

1334 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W., Washington, 
D.C. 20007 

Phone: (202) 338-4449 

Kenneth Stubbs, Writer and Artist 

Date of Organization: 19.54 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Frci/i/cNci/ Regulation; The 
Junction Transistor; Submarine Sound and Vi- 
bration Measurement; Self-Noi.<ie Surveys; Over- 
side and Underway Surveys; Principles of Mine 
Firing Mechanism Actuation (U. S. Navy). 



JOHN TATGE: CONTINUED 
Jefferson Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. 
20036 
Phone: (202) FE 8-4294 

Date of Organization; 1961 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictihes; Nuclear Power for New York 
City (Lester .Associates/ Consolidated Edison); 
Leesburg Poicer (Lester .Associates/ American 
Electric Power); Associated Presents (P-C Pro- 
ductions/Associated Transport); A Contract with 
Pipeline on Wheels (P-C Productions/ Matlack, 
IiR-.); Welcome to Malaysia (Leo Seltzer Associ- 
ates/ USIS); Mountain Summer (Creative Mo- 
tion Pictures). Slidefilms: The Convalescent 
Aids Program; The Big M for '67 (Al Behar Ad- 
vertising/Homer Higgs Associates); The GATE 
Dot Gain Scale (Graphic Arts Technical Founda- 
tion); Votir Town (Visualscope/ American Bank- 
ers Association ) . 



* 



JOHN TATGE 
322 East 34th St., New York, N.Y. 10016 
Phone: (212) LE 2.3697 
Washington Office: Felton Studio, 1830 



ESKO TOWNELL 
128 Sharrow \ale Road, P. O. Box 273 

Cherry Hill, N.J. 08034 
Phone: (609) 428-3722 

Motion Pictures: Minuteman III Mark-\2 Re- 
Entry Syslem; Earned Value — Cost /Schedule 
Planning & Control Syslem (Animation Arts As- 
sociates. Inc. /General Electric Co.); Land Coth- 
bat Support System: Apollo Guidance, Naviga- 
tion and Control System; Fuel Control for r-.53 
L-13 Engines; Solid Vinyl Siding, Shutters & Rain 
Carrying Systems (Bay State Film Productions, 
Inc./RC.'\; MIT Instrumentation Laboratory; 
Chandler-Evans. Inc.; Bird & Son); Emplant- 
ment At Eleuthera Ocean Basin Communications 
Link; Emplantments at Bermuda- Deep Ocean 
Sound Source (Calvin Productions, Inc. /U.S. 
NaN-v Underwater Sound Laboratory). 

FRAN TUCKSCHER AND ASSOCIATES 

711 — 14th St.. N.W. Washington, D.C. 

20005 
Phone: (202) EXecuHve 3-6664 

Date of Organization; 1955 

Fran Tuckscher, Writer-Director 
Ken Nathanson, Editorial Supervisor- 
Researcher 

HOWARD TURNER 

57 West 75th Street, New York, N.Y. 10023 
Phone: (212) TRafalager 3-3211 

RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; Dealer identification film 
(Tom Thomas, Inc./ Ford Motor Co.); The 
Loaves and the Fishes and Search for Survival 
(Equinox Films, Inc./Standard Oil Co. (N.[.); 
The Quiet Sioi and The Interplanetary Medium 
( Lothar Wolff Productions, Inc. National Acad- 
em\' of Sciences ) . 

DICK UPTON 

418 S. Fourth .^ve., Libertyville, Illinois 
60048 

Phone: (312) 362-0174 

Date of Organization; 1960 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; On Call (Henry Ushijima/ 
C;liicago Police Dept.); Infinite Control (Pilot 
Productions/ Iowa Nlfg. Co.); Simulated Acquisi- 
tion M a n a ge me nt ( Kellock Productions/ 
U.S..A.F. ); On-The-Joh Training (Telecine/ 
U.S..'\.F. ). Slidefilms; The Many Sides of Marty 
Wade (Vogue/ DuPont); The Wise Steward 
(Henry Ushijima/ Lutheran Brotherhood); Ex- 
panded Metal, Expanded Markets (Niles). 



100 



BUSINESS SCREEN ■ 1967 



LARGEST INVENTORY 

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17th PRODUCTION REVIEW 



101 




"We were talking about good scriptwriters 
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GUIDE T O WRITERS 

(CONTINUED FROM THE PRECEDING PACE 100) 

W. J. VAN DE MARK 
502 Linden Place Cranford, New Jcrscv 87016 
Phone: (201 ) 276-9649 

Date of Organization: 1962 

BENJAMIN S. WALKER 
11317 Marcliff Road, Rotk\ ille, Maryland 

20852 
Phone: (301) 469-8998 

Date of Organization: 1963 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictltkes: The Battle of Roaring Creek 
and Grassy Run (Mode-Art Pictures Bureau of 
Mines); Screening, a Combatant Foree at Sea 
(Norwood Studios/ U.S. Navy); Guided Missile 
Launching System Mk 7 (U. S. N'avy): Tartar- 
Damage Assessment (John Hopkins .Applied 
Physics Lab'U. S. Navy); Loading Mines 
Aboard Aircraft (V. S. Navy); Searching the 
Crime Scene (Norwood Studios/ F.B.I. ); The 
Raitibow Optical Sysiem (U. S. Naval Research 
Laboratory.) Slidefilms: Tools for Teaching- 
Title II of the Elementary and Secondary Edu- 
cation Act of 196.5 ( Snosvden-.Nett Productions/ 
Department of HEW). 

JOHN I. WASHBURN 

261 Rockingstone Ave., Larchmont, N.Y. 

10538 
Phone: (914) TEnnyson 4-8741 

Date of OrKanization: 1953 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictibzs: A Sumnur's Work. The Radio- 
Astronomy Explorer (Hearst Metrotone News, 
Inc./N.-'\.S.A.); Comhustion Controls (Anima- 
tic Productions/ Bell Telephone System); Tips 
from Special Forces. Staff Film Reports (V. S. 
Army); 100 Million Dollars A Day! (M.P.O., Inc./ 
Federal Home Loan Banks ) ; OS/ Mission World 
Wide, Systems Data Management (MPO, Inc./ 
US-AF); Teaching for Tomorrow. A Moment in 
Historu. Protect Relati. Ariel II. The OSO, Echo 
A-12 Explorer X (M.P.O.. Inc. N.A.S.A.); CBS 
Sports Spectacular (CBS-T\'/MPO, Inc.). Eight 
T\' Documentaries for The World Through 
Stamps (Bob Trout & Craven Films. Inc. 1. 

HUGH GORMAN WHITTINGTON 

1216 Connecticut .\venue N.W., Washington 

D.C. 20036 
Phones: (202) FEderal 8-6198; EMerson 

2-7326 

Date of Organization: 1962 

Hugh \\"hittingt<)n. Scripts & Production Work 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictibes: The Price of Survival (U. S. 
Public Health Service); Policeman (Irving Rusi- 
now/ EBF ) ; Higher, Easier and Farther 
(N.A.S.A.); Your First 80 Days and Landing 
At Red Beach One ( U. S. .Marine Corps ) ; Mark 
of Quality (U. S. Dept. of .Agriculture); Chal- 
lenge of Space (Exhibit Filmclips (N.-\SA). 

GEORGE E. WOLF 

18 West 45lh St., New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) YU 6-5707 (516) HU 2-9173 

Date of Organization: 1948 

Ceorge E. \\'olf, Writer-Director 
RECENT SCRIPTS, PRODUCERS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Chemical Detector Kit^ Basic 
Rifle Markwrnnship Course; Aircraft Loading; 
Military Pipelinis ( U. S. .\rmy); Systems Man- 
agement; Sea Survival Series ( U. S. .Air Force); 
Dial Me An Accident (.MPO Productions); Ter- 
rier; The Julie System (Audio Productions). 



102 



BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



Don't Let Your Scriptwriter Get Anmin! 

bv Lowrv C.oe, t:oe-Pea«-o«-k, Inc. 



Some Notes on the Pursuit of Excellence 



li\ Don Frifii-UI 



tti^REAT SCRIPT, Charlie. 

^ Breezed right through The 
Committee. Don't sec how you do 
it — take all that teehnicai mish- 
mash, grind it up. eondcnsc it. and 
give us back filet mignon. Boy, 
whenever we have another film to 
make, we'll sure know who to call 
for the script." 

A warm handshake. And out 
the door goes the scriptwriter. He 
has done his job. He has satisfied 
the sponsor. As far as he is con- 
cerned, the project is all over. 

But it's not all over for the 
sponsor. Nor for the producer. It's 
just beginning. Now comes the task 
of translating the writer's ideas to 
film. 

No matter how much detail the 
writer has put on the left hand side 
... no matter how conscientiously 
he has researched his subject and 
planned his shots ... no matter 
how creatively he has structured 
his script . . . there is often a giant 
gap between the approved script 
and the completed film. A gap of 
understanding ... of interpreta- 
tion ... of intent . . . and of the 
simple mechanical limitations of 
the film technique. 

Who fills this gap'.' The produc- 
er, the director, the editor, even 
the sponsor . . . sure. But no one 
can better explain what the writer 
had in mind than the writer him- 
self. 

Where is he at this time? Who 
knows? His fee has been paid. He 
is off on another assignment, on 
another subject, for another cus- 
tomer. Physically and psycholog- 
ically, he's gotten away. 

This is not the way it should be. 
1 say this as a scriptwriter. The 
scriptwriter's first responsibility is 
to prepare an acceptable script, of 
course. But then he simply cannot 
be allowed to escape. He should 
be available to fill that inevitable 
gap between approved script and 
completed film, to provide to the 
project what I choose to call "cre- 
ative continuity". 

He should first sit in on the pre- 
production conference. This gives 
him the opportunity to convey in 
person what he has attempted to 
convey on paper. He can fill in 
between the lines . . . let the di- 
rector know exactly what he is 
trying to accomplish with the film 
. . . discuss possible production 
problems he will meet on location 
. . . acquaint him with various cus- 
tomer personalities he will be 
working with . . . and generally 



provide the kind of first-hand in- 
formation the producer and direc- 
tor can get nowhere else, not even 
from the sponsor. 

OK, then. The film is shot. En- 
ter the writer again. In some in- 
stances conditions on location may 
have dictated wholesale changes 
in the script. The writer should 
screen all the footage and prepare 
a narration and cutter's script ac- 
cordingly. Only he can make sure 
the new material is molded effec- 
tively into the kind of film he 
knows the sponsor wants. 

Even assuming everything went 
beautifully during production, the 
writer should be on hand to con- 
sult with the editor. Then he should 
review the rough cut. Here is 
where he can see for the first time 
if the film really does come off as 
he'd hoped. Often at this stage 
he will be delighted with the re- 
sults. But more often, he will see 
certain sequences that simply miss 
the mark. Maybe a transition he 
called for didn't work out, or a 
sequence just doesn't play as orig- 
inally written. A few word changes 
here, a little juggling around there 
— that's usually all it takes to 
shape things up. And the com- 
pleted film uill certainly be the 
better for it. 

There's certainly nothing new in 
the idea of keeping the scriptwriter 
in the act through production. We 
work that way with most of our 
clients. But there are still an amaz- 
ing number of film buyers who 
believe that approval and payment 
for the script rules out further par- 
ticipation by the writer. They hesi- 
tate to "impose " on him after "his 
part of the job is finished." 

The point is — his job isn't fin- 
ished with script approval. Or it 
shouUln'i be! He sliouUI attend the 

(CONTINL'ID ON PAGE 218) 



■f N AN iDtAL World, which we 
-'■ probably won't have for from 
four to seven years, the filmwriter 
will consult his muse, consign the 
resulting inspiration to paper, and 
wait until the director and his min- 
ions transform the vision to a 
wondrous interplay of light and 
sound, of hue and shadow. We call 
this jUm. 

Even today, when the world is 
a bit short of the ideal state, the 
filmwriter is often likened to an 
architect or even to a pilot of a 
plane, give or take a few other 
folks in the cockpit, each with a 
hunk of the wheel. In a regular 
commercial airline, the big boss is 
safely away in an office some- 
where, trusting in his pilots. But 
on a film assignment, the big boss 
may be anywhere — changing a 
wing in midflight. adjusting a 
course, or even shifting from a 
707 to a 727. In film, most things 
are possible — and the mere pos- 
sibility is the harbinger of prob- 

I ability. 

{ The filmwriter, all by himself in 
the cloistered fluorescence of desk 

j and navel, types out a script with 
somewhat more noise but less ccr- 

I tainty than the doctor jotting down 

! a prescription: 

j VISUAL 

] The harpoon streaks toward the 
whale, its motion sure and 
relentless, as seen from the 
whale's point of view . . . 

.\rDio 

(There is no audio for this 
sequence because it is. in 
the jargon of film, priniarilx 
\isual . . . 

How to take this shot, of course, 
is the job of the director. The di- 
rector, looking for an easier shot, 
says to himself that filmwisc it 



.\n Open Forum " for the Film W riter 

'T'hi; Editors of this .Annual Production Review recognize 
*■ and honor the most basic creative contributions made by 
those experienced film writers, both free-lance and within our 
studios, for their work is the very essence of the whole produc- 
tion process, from conference and research into outline and 
script. And it continues until the final scenes are "on-screen" 
and the picture is at work in the field. 

We are privileged to list many of these writers in earlier pages 
and they share display advertising space. Now, with their help, 
we begin these "open forum" columns where writers may freely 
express opinion and make constructive suggestions which may 
hopefully expand the sponsor's viewpoint and help get results. 



doesn't click with him — better to 
get that whale being harpi>oned 
from the deck of the whaling ship. 
Less wear and tear on crew, 
steadier camera platform; besides, 
subjective camera is old hat. 

Later on. of course, the editor 
will intercut the shot with Gregory 
Peck saying farewell to Susan 
Hayward and going out to fight 
the enemies of Israel. That, we all 
know, is the peculiar genius of the 
film art. where everyone can write 
the film in his own way, one man 
with a scissors, the other with a 
contrast filter, and some with tears 
in their eyes. 

The writer, griping to his 
cronies, talks about the great vis- 
ual that was lost. "Film is primarily 
visual, you know," he explains — 
but harken how he uses audio to 
paint the picture. 

The truth, as most of us writers 
come to know in good lime, after 
a certain amount of fighting and 
buffeting, is that film is primarily 
idea. This is neither audio nor 
visual in the strict sense of the 
word: it is both, of course, but far 
more. Film is a medium — it is 
not an end in itself. Just as we 
board a plane to take us from 
point A to point B. we see a film 
for much the same reason. Where 
are you taking me?, is our un- 
voiced but omnipresent question 
when we take the time to see a 
film. 

It goes without saying that the 
writer's principal problem is put- 
ling ideas into film terms, whether 
this involves sound or no sound, 
music or no music, but never — 
it seems — visual or no visual. 
There always has to be something 
before our eyes on film, whether 
we like it or not. Conceivably, 
could we have the screen blank 
for a moment or e\en for a min- 
ute'' No. the unwritten rule has it. 
for film is visual, even if the au- 
dience blinks or yawns 

We film people, like anyone 
else, love our own folklore. We 
cherish it through the ages and 
fi'.'ht those who dare to challenge 
our nice little orthodoxies. Besides, 
our clients are notoriously con- 
servative, it sometimes appears; 
even when they came out real 
swingin". the very vticabulary sug- 
gests that they're six months or six 
years behind the times. Industrial 
and government clients are notor- 
ious for seeking new ideas, but not 
too new. and of course, no one, 

(rONTINlFD ON PAGE 207) 



17th PKonit HON Ki vii':>\ 



103 




On Limiting Your Writer's Creativity 



by Paul Jensen 






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M NO WRITER, you Under- 
stand, but . . ." With that. 
Mr. Client begins his outline of 
the film as he sees it. 

Struggling to resist the tempta- 
tion to point out that his admission 
was entirely unnecessary. I pretend 
to take notes which will record, 
verbatim, his infinite wisdom. 

"Why don't we open with a long 
shot of the plant? Maybe an aerial 
view," continues Mr. C. 

Huh, that'll really grab "em at 
Columbus! I can see the chances 
for an award go glimmering unless 
I can make Mr. C understand the 
importance of the many subtleties 
involved in effective communica- 
tion today. 

"We could call it The American 
Producis Co. Story." he is saying. 

Now, wouldn't that look great 
in my Business Screen listing! 
Maybe I can switch him around to 
The Beggar on Horseback. Nobody 
has bought that title yet, but . . . 

"One of the high points can be 
a demonstration, say in slow mo- 
tion, of what happens when we 
give it the impact test," says Mr. 
C. "We've had a lot of requests 
from the field. " 

What do they know about mak- 
ing films? It's obvious that Mr. C 
doesn't appreciate that the writer's 
first responsibility is to communi- 
cate with his audience. 

"1 saw a technique on televi- 
sion you might want to use." 

If only clients could see the 
dangers inherent in limiting the 
creativity of the writer with their 
own preconceived notions. There 
must be some way I can convince 
him that the idea I had in the cab 
on the way over . . . 

"And then." Mr. C continues. 
"I think we have to actually show 
them how to sell it. I'll leave the 
exact words up to you, but the 
technique I've found effective is 
to . . ." 

What does he know about his 



problems, anyway? Let's see . . . 
maybe I can sell him an allegori- 
cal approach. We could open up 
with an extreme close-up of a hu- 
man embryo, as the voice of 

the . . . • 

* » * 

A PERFECT FILM 

... a hope expressed 
by Benjamin S. Walker 

WHEN A FILM has a great script, 
superb photography and di- 
rection, and is imaginatively edited, 
it has a chance to become a per- 
fect film. I say "chance to be- 
come" because I have a limited 
meaning for "perfect." I would 
call a film perfect if it had THE 
ANSWER for a problem and, fur- 
ther, if the answer had such a 
widespread and total effect on 
viewers that it permanently influ- 
enced their thinking, resulting in 
action. 

A perfect film could change the 
course of history. Imagine the ef- 
fect of The Auschwitz Story shown 
to an entire world audience in 
September 1941. 

We have plenty of problems — 
hunger, war, greed, and the rights 
of man — and plenty of films 
about these problems. But how 
many perfect or near-perfect films 
do we have? How many films that 
nail a problem firmly to a wall in 
the glare of a global spotlight that 
illuminates not only the problem 
but also THE ANSWER written 
and shown so clearly and dra- 
matically that people are changed 
after seeing it? 

I've never written a perfect film. 

But I hope to one day. • 

* * * 

Background on the Writers 

ir Biographical data on writers 
who contributed to these pages 
appears in the Production Review 
Writer Listings, which we publish 
twice each year. See page 93. • 



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104 



BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



We've come up with a lighter cake, 
and weVe not even in the business. 




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Somehow we seem to have spent 
eleven years getting around to our 
tenth anniversary. 

The fact is, we weren't expecting it so 
soon, and it almost slipped by. 

A decade of film-making is not in itself 
particularly noteworthy ... we share this 
minor distinction with many other pro- 
duction companies. 

During these years, however, our films 
have achieved an uncommon degree of 
success for our clients. And largely be- 
cause of a few simple, basic— perhaps 
noteworthy— ideas about film-making. 

We've had no reason to change them 
since we founded the company. 

"The medium is the message," says 
Marshall IVIcLuhan. He's right — to a 
point. But when you're designing films 



for the special audiences of business and 
industry, the message should transcend 
the medium. 

We believe that you can be imaginative 
without being carried away . . . straight- 
forward, without being dull . . . exciting, 
without being psychedelic. 

It's easy to put "motion" into pictures. 
It's a little harder to put meaning into them. 

If your need is to inform, persuade or 
educate ... if you are as unimpressed 
as we are with the mystique that cur- 
rently seems to surround the film medium 
. . . we'd like to talk with you. 

The lighters? They have been in de- 
mand ever since we originally designed 
them for our friends some years ago. If 
you write to us, we'll be happy to tell you 
how to get one. 



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1~|0N'T Forget those prognos- 
-'-' ticators of the "Soaring 60's". 
Few would question that their 
ministrations brought forth in 
sparkling reality those wild dreams 
of the 50 's. Of course, many of us 
compare their achievement with 
predicting hot weather in August. 
This is America, you know. 

But now, we have to fend off 
those soothsayers, peering into the 
Seventies. Some of them even ven- 
ture a tentative peek into the last 
third of the century. 

But Decade-Bound or Century 
Unlimited, even money says you 
can't struggle beyond the second 
paragraph without being hit from 
behind by that sturdy spear-car- 
rier: ■'POPULATION". 

Out of the dark statistics that 
evoke visions of impending doom 
and/or brave optimism (depend- 
ing on whether you want lots of 
neighbors or lots of challenges) 
one fact rises like bread: By 1970. 
half the population of the United 
States will be under 25 years of 
age. 

When this amenclave of swamis 
was heralding the Soaring 60's. 
half the population was under 30. 
Or about to be. No need to rehash 
the grim results of that happy 
crystal-gaze. For better or worse, 
the thundering onrush of gallop- 
ing juvenalia stampeded all under 
a backwash of Bubbly Pop: 
Twitching Op: Mini-Mouse Eye- 
poppers: Funky Guitars: Ricky- 
Tick S(w)ingers" and occasional 
(you have to be there) tempting 
titillators with their tops off. (Not 
everyone can expect to outlive the 
Pepsi Generation; except those 
who drink Diet Pepsi.) 

The point is that ". . . we have 



just begun. . . ."' In this land of 
plenty, the nation's birthright is 
more, not less. On behalf of per- 
petuating prosperity, the producer 
of ordinary business potboilers 
should take note: 

"If this shambles is what the 
Soaring 60's hath wrought, what 
sensibilities will be served in the 
70's?" he asks, rhetorically. 

Color TV will change the 
colors the eye wants to see. And 
exciting camera work will be 
aimed at holding the restless eyes 
of — you guessed it — "The 
Young". And in so doing, ren- 
dered a sophisticated point of 
view even more refined. Inevitably. 
"The Young" will reach for their 
trusty $20-can't-miss-electric-eye 
Super 8's and start grinding out 
their own shows. 

Meanwhile, those of us that 
strut and pose in the twilight zone 
between imaginative creativity and 
brazen hard-sell will require some 
socko fodder — lest someone 
spring the lights and depart the 
scene. We should command a cer- 
tain respect — at least for age, if 
not imagination. 

The intention is not to pour hot 
soup on what already may be to- 
day's cold pot roast. But do take 
note: Our own All-American Ver- 
sion of the Red Guards will push 
form (content vanished long ago) 
further and harder. And as a re- 
sult, today's most sincere effort 
may go to pasture in the film col- 
lection of the local library as a 
stunning example of high camp in 
the Soaring 60's. 

Unless, of course, that old death 
wish, fame, gets you where your 
wallet is. • 




we quote: 



a 



. . so when my client said 
he liked the latest film I 
had produced for him I failed to understand 
why he had changed to another producer . . . 
then he told me that their titles were much 
better than mine . . . they had been made by 
Knight Studio, Chicago. Now I get my titles 
there...! have my client 
back . . . and we're all happy. / / 

Knight Studio 

159 E. Chicago Avenue, Chicago 11, Illinois 



106 



BUSINESS SCREEN ■ 1967 



These Fundamentals Can Help Get Results 



by Kay T. Sperry 



Whatever Happened to the "Roaring Road"? 

by Byron Morgan, Byron Morgan Associates 



THE Film Writer is at his best 
when he is paid and honestly 
informed. All too many potential 
writers never find themselves until 
they have a firm assignment for a 
given sponsor, for a given audi- 
ence — with a given purpose in 
mind. After years of free-lancing. 
The Jam Handy Organization 
proved that fact to me. 

Since that time, 1 have written 
for my own organization, in-plant 
film producers, industrial film pro- 
ducers and the City of San Diego 
— in addition to Copley Produc- 
tions whom I have been fortunate 
to serve for nearly eight years on 
assorted film assignments. 

Each film has an established 
goal, audience, and purpose — 
yet, the same film has technical ad- 
visors, a director, cameraman, edi- 
tor, and a host of assorted talents 
including the narrator and/or 
actors. The film writer is at his 
best when he knows all these per- 
sonalities intimately by knowing 
their previous work. He must also 
know the budget, schedule, and 
how the film will be used. 

The .\ssigiiment Begins It . . . 
The writer begins with an as- 
signment. He knows there is no 
such thing as a technical film — 
only films about technical subjects. 
If the film cannot be remembered 
by the least educated eye in the 
audience, and understood by the 
least educated mind in the audi- 
ence, the writer has failed miser- 
ably. He must put himself in the 
position of the lowest mentality of 
the audience level. 

The writer must also draw the 
ultimate from his technical ad- 
visors. He must ask dumb ques- 
tions that can only be explained in 
simple "kitchen" English. When 
necessary, he should make rough 
sketches to insure that both he and 
the advisor are speaking the same 
language. 

Now come the budget and 
schedule — and how to accom- 
plish the given chore for the al- 
loted buck, and get it out on time. 
If ever a writer's fee is earned, it is 
at this vital moment as he puts his 
desires on paper. If he gets car- 
ried away with visual effects, the 
producer can be wiped out. If he 
lets the voice tell all, the message 
will be forgotten. If he expects an 
animator to save it for him in two 
weeks, hc"d better find a pretty 
good investment plan. 

Should the assignment be a tele- 
vision commercial, he had best be 



acquainted with the prevailing 1 
rates of Guild performers and be 
ready to devote time for proper 
casting suggestions. In larger or- 
ganizations, a simple cast sheet 
will often provide guide lines, but 
when the writer acts as director, 
casting becomes a chore that must 
be allotted for by director and 
producer — and both should know 
the client's needs and wants. 
Communicate With the Crew 
.About the crew — a crew that 
doesn't understand can make even 
a good show look and sound bad 

— and let's face it, without the 
crew, the best script remains 
pieces of paper (and paper sells 
for S5.00 a ream). The writer 
must communicate with the crew 

— especially the cameraman and 
editor. They should both have the 
same interpretation of the script. 

.Although I have been blessed 
with the advantage of working with 
people 1 know for the last several 
years — 1 still find the storyboard 
the best means of communication. 
This is not professional illustra- 
tion, but rather a means of proving 
continuity and giving rise to any 
questions of the writer, the camera- 
man and editor. It is also an in- 
valuable aid in pinning down nec- 
essary props, changes of costume, 
screen direction and countless 
other problems that have a way of 
creeping up during production on 
a tight schedule. If a crew under- 
stands my thumbnail sketches, I 
can be assured of the kind of film 
I want, and that 1 believe the 
sponsor wants. 
\\'ho's the Narrator . . . .\ctors? 
A writer is also at his best when 
he knows in advance who his nar- 
rator or actors are going to be — 
when he knows their pacing, their 
personalities, and the foibles that 
hang them up. You certainly can't 
write the same words for John 
Williams that you would write for 
Rex .Allen — nor the narration for 
Buddy Ebsen that you would write 
for John Glenn, Jr. When in 
doubt, pray for a Michael Rye or 
Larry Thor to give the narration a 
smooth ride with complete under- 
standing. 

Finally, a writer is at his best 
when he writes and when he writes 
about a diversity of subjects so he 
doesn't get stagnant. He writes 
best when he pleases his custom- 
ers, his audiences, and brings the 
show in under budget. He can only 
write at his best when he believes 
in the story that must be told! • 



IT Doesn't Roar Any More, it 
just lays there — cold concrete, 
poured by a machine on a low bW 
contract. It doesn't "offer a chal- 
lenge " or become "tortured". It's 
hardly ever "Winding", and you 
can search all day and never find 
a "Hairpin Turn". 

It is gray, and straight, and flat, 
and the best way to die on it is to 
go to sleep. It leaves me cold. 

"Excuse My Dust ". Now. there 
is something which conjurs up 
images. Here is something to con- 
quer. This offers resistance; it's 
formidable. Even the polite devil 
who runs me down and then 
shouts. "Excuse my dust!", adds 
to the thrill of just being there. 

I can take him on, get even with 
him, and pass him. 

Roaring Road. Excuse My Dust. 
were film titles from the first auto- 
mobile racing pictures. Famous- 
Players-Lasky produced them. 
They starred Wallace Reid. James 
Cruze directed them. My father 
wrote them from his Satlrimy 
Evening Post stories. 

These films were entertainment, 
but, they were also documentary. 
They documented our love affair 
with the automobile. 

This auto-love-affair was an in- 
heritance with me — along with 
the affairs with motion picture 
making and airplanes. 

There were others in the auto 
series by Byron Morgan Sr.: 
U'lial's Your Hurry? directed by 
Sam Wood: Sporting Youth and 
California Straight Ahead with 
Reg. Denny, The Lucky Devil 
Richard Dix. They entertained, 
yes, but they sold cars too. 

Henry Ford Sr. told Arthur 
Brisbane after they both had seen 
a Ford-like car win in the Byron 
Morgan film. Across The Con- 
tinent. "Arthur, I could send my 
salesmen down the aisle of the 
theater with order blanks." 

There was a joy, a zest in life 
and in film making which came 
through those silent days. 

I remember my father's incom- 
parable comedy. Rookies with 
Karl Dane and George K. Arthur: 
Fair Co-ed with Marion Davies: 
Air Mail with Billie Dove and 
Warner Baxter. This was the first 
flying picture. 

There were pictures with Laurel 
and Hardy, Wheeler and Woolsey, 
Jack Benny, and then always back 
to flying and auto racing. 

Of these; the first picture on 
Naval Aviation, Flying Fleet writ- 



ten with Spig Wead; The Lmsi 
Flighi-RichiTii Barthlemess; Speed- 
way: Hell In The Heavens; Wings 
For Tlie Eagle with Ann Sheridan 
and Dennis Morgan; Gallant Jour- 
ney with Glenn Ford and Janet 
Blair, directed by William Well- 
man. 

These films, the silent ones, 
told an uncluttered story and the 
form was strong, simple, and di- 
rect. You understood where the 
conflict lay and you didn't have a 
great problem deciding upon the 
"rooting interest". 

The films of this time were a 
dramatic form in themselves. They 
evolved from the short story and 
the unity imposed by the film and 
by the camera. 

They said something about us 
and the American dream; just as 
our motion pictures today show 
us and reveal us to ourselves. We 
can do a great deal more today 
with our films. We dare more, 
and. probably we know more about 
ourselves. We are complicated and 
we know it. 

Our films often reflect this — 
they are complicated, involved, 
and we take great pride in the fact 
that their form is not simple. The 
Aristotellian Unities have long 
since dissolved — even in our 
theater. 

Our form is often formless; our 
themes are antithematic: our 
images are kaleidoscopic — beau- 
tiful but scattered. Our intellect 
hungers after order and we make 
our own. 

The documentary film maker 
has survived this revolution of the 
senses and the sensible. He was 
washed by cleaner winds and 
clearer water. He knew the in- 
nate form that his films must take. 
This grew from within him, from 
his appreciation of the mirror he 
had to hold up to nature. 

The impact of the documentary 
film maker upon the motion pic- 
ture as drama, upon it as a com- 
mercial sales vehicle, upon it as a 
teaching device, is beginning to be 
evident. 

Perhaps from this thesis, anti- 
thesis, synthesis prixess a recog- 
nizable dramatic motion picture 
form will evolve. It may be all 
ready evident to some. 

1 think it will be exciting, mov- 
ing, raw at times, tender and in- 
teMigent, The audience will be in- 
volved — they will care. 

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and suffer the pangs of seeing it 
cut down to a fraction of its orig- 
inal content because of financial 
reasons. 

I remember only too well, way 
back when, sitting in a projection 
room and seeing what was origin- 
ally an inspired piece of writing 
end up as just another run-of-the- 
mill industrial film that drew ho- 
hums instead of hurrahs. Since 
those days I have been fortunate 
enough to tailor my scripts to the 
proposed budget, and confine my 
artistic feelings with limitations. 

A knowledge of the tricks of the 
trade also enables a writer to give 
his client some little extra touch 
that the less knowledgeable writer 
would not think of. 

It is this knowledge, that only 
comes from actual experience in 
production, that turns the would- 
be Hemingway into the Abby 
Mann, that makes the film take on 
sparkle and gives it that different 
stamp that lifts it above the usual 
year-in, year-out efforts that too 
many larger companies chum out, 
(quite adequately let me stress), 
but often lacking that touch of 
originality that clients seek to- 
day. 

Having experienced, only brief- 
ly, the interdepartmental road- 
blocks that stifle the staff writer's 
creativity, I can with due modesty 
wave a flag for those stalwart free- 
lancers who rely on their ability 
and experience to carve a niche 
for themselves in the film world. 
But a secure niche can only be 
carved when the writer has a com- 
plete knowledge of his craft — 
and this includes every facet of 
production. 

The typewriter is only the foun- 
dation stone. It's the bricks that 
follow which really make the pro- 
duction a living thing, and the 
writer should know how the bricks 
are put together and how to prop- 
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believe someone should make 
is a "nuts and bolts" series. 

Though careful always to ap- 
pear put-upon and abused, we 
writers do enjoy a very rare privi- 
lege of being exposed to some 
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The series I propose . . . starts 
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own way through an extremely 
complex briar patch of financing, 
rezoning. rehousing, legislation, 
litigation, surprises and pitfalls. 
Each was a tremendous learning 
job of finding the right ways-and- 
means; putting together parts of 
different enabling laws; passing 
new ones; lashing together differ- 
ent types of private and public 
funding; trying different ways of 
organizing for the job. 

Separately, they self-learned 
how to do this, and for cities as 
different as Philadelphia (where 
history whispers over the wine and 
violin music) and Houston (a 
whiskey and trombone town). 
BUT NOW . . . 
. . . the second wave of 200 
smaller cities (the Wheelings, 
Worcesters, Youngstowns) are be- 
ginning their renewals. And they, 
too, are starting with a blank sheet 
of paper . . . relatively speaking 
... to learn all over again, trial- 
and-error. cut-and-fit. the enor- 
mously expensive lessons already 
learned . . . but scattered across 
the nation from Hartford to San 
Francisco. 

This second wave of separate 
and redundant self-learning will 
cost tank cars of money and years 
of man-hours. 
BUT IF . . . 

. . . the hard-won knowledge, 
already bought and paid for by 
Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, 
were assembled . . . on films . . . 
in an Urban Renewal Resource 
Center, let's call it . . . with ten 
screening rooms to which the 
mayor of Cincinnati could bring 
his top planning committee for 
three days ... I believe 200 city 
renewals could surge ahead . . . 
and telescope the expensive learn- 
ing period. 

"But certainly this information 
is all published." 

Yes ... in a thousand publica- 



tions and parts of books which be- 

leagurcd mayors and planning 

commissions cannot possibly sift. 

And the printed word has not the 

same assurance as the lip-synch 

voice of. say, the mayor of Detroit 

explaining. "Now you're going to 

run into the problem of public 

support. We started off wrong in 

Detroit, but we corrected this by 
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These men collectively, and 
their staffs, know the workable 
solutions for dijferent types of 
cities. 

"But there have been scores of 
films on the urban problem!" 

Yes, but none on the solutions. 

Lewis Mumford pioneered a 
distinguished film series alerting 
the nation to the problem, and a 
whole catalog of films followed; 
but now the need is for quick 
availability of the known solu- 
tions. 

"But surely this information is 
packaged in Washington!" 

Available . . . yes; packaged . . . 
no. 

The convincing practical knowl- 
edge is in the heads of scattered 
men who have been through it. 
and in fragmented news articles 
and books. The books tend to be 
more theoretical and are suspect. 
And reading it is not enough. This 
subject screams to be seen in ac- 
tion. On film, planning directors 
could see . . . the choices, the con- 
sequences, the results. They could 
see the successful action steps . . . 
one . . . two . . . three . . . etc. 

The series would contain per- 
haps forty short films covering the 
subjects of: — Gaining Public 
Support; Financing; Putting To- 
gether a Package of the Right En- 
abhng Laws (existing and new); 
Motivating Private Renewal; Zon- 
ing; Code Revisions; Slum Clear- 
ance Procedures; Establishing 
Housing Authority for Public 
Housing; How to Organize the 
Renewal Job; Pitfalls; and one 
film newsreeling the best examples 
around the nation . . . which a 
mayor could bring home to show 
to his local leadership to mobilize 
enthusiasm. 

The cast of authentic characters 
narrating parts of the films would 
be dramatic: crusty old Ernie 
Bohn. father of public housing, 
with a voice like sandpaper and a 
mind like a razor; the dynamic 
young mayor of Detroit; urbane 
Richard Nfcllon of Pittsburgh. 

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T 1KI-. Management Consult- 
'^ ANTS, ad agencies and public 
relations counselors, film writers 
LUid producers delve into many 
varied aspects of different corpora- 
tions' activities. Generally, though 
— unlike the others — the film 
writer is only called in afler the 
basic subject matter of a specific 
film has been decided on by the 
client. 

However. I believe that many 
companies could greatly benefit by 
having an experienced, imagina- 
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a periodic consultant to survey one 
or several facets of their opera- 
tions and indicate how one or more 
films could be of tangible value 
to the sponsor — films often inte- 
grated with other programs already 
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writer-consultant would propose. 

This procedure would bring to 
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experienced persp)ective on vital 
company operations, a perspective 
developed and honed in conjunc- 
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and problems. 

Some sponsors, in a sense, do 
get this type of consultative service 
through their continuing associa- 
tion with a particular film produc- 
er. 

And there have been quite a few 
occasions when researching data 
to script one film has led to my 
discovering another area where a 
film could be an effective, profit- 
able tool for the sponsor, or to my 
suggesting useful non-film pro- 
grams or approaches — in sales, 
advertising, training, public rela- 
tions, customer service and infor- 
mation (still only a partially tapped 
goldmine with most firms), or 
other areas. 

Admittedly, in my own case, a 
background in advertising, public 
relations and management consult- 
ing helps put me on the lookout 
lor this sort of thing, but I suspect 
many film writers and producers 
have had similar experiences. 

Indeed, the concreteness of the 
film medium forces the writer to 
think through, visualize, focus and 



organize the contents of his film 
in a way that can sometimes result 
in a sharpened perspective or a 
more effective organization not 
only of the film but of the work or 
program, itself, with which the film 
is dealing. 

Thus, the joint client-writer 
search for the best, memorable 
symbolization of a product-advan- 
tage has, in several cases, led to a 
new basic focus of the total adver- 
tising and public relations program 
for the product. 

All in all, though, if sponsors 
particularly cultivated this use of 
the-film-writer-as-consultant, in a 
broader and more regular fashion, 
I believe they could reap much 
more substantial dividends along 
these and other lines. 

Indeed, films have a way of pro- 
viding unexpected by-products. To 
wit: One summer when I was a 
house guest of some Rio Grande 
Pueblo Indian friends during the 
week of their annual Corn Dance, 
I spent part of each day pecking 
away on the script of a large bank 
chain's film to motivate their em- 
ployees to give more polite, per- 
sonalized service. 

My Indian host asked me what 
I was writing and I explained. "Ah, 
the white man has to be taught to 
be polite," he exclaimed, gleefully, 
the Pueblo Indian considering 
politeness to be a natural human 
trait. 

And the word spread to all the 
other Indian Pueblos. So several 
thousand Indians were made hap- 
py, being able to feel temporarily 
superior to their white brothers. 
(They also asked me what bank 
was sponsoring the film, because 
they intended to give it their pa- 
tronage if possible. All this the re- 
sult of a film even before it was 
produced! ) • 

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THERE Were Abundant Honors bestowed 
on business-sponsored motion pictures and 
slidefilms in 1966, both in the U.S. and abroad. 
but the "award" counting most among these 
companies and groups with films in circulation 
during the year were the audience totals 
achieved out among the people for whom these 
films were intended. Films of the American Oil 
Company, with its popular Holiday series: the 
American Cancer Society, with public educa- 
tion films; the Bell System, with numerous 
well-received titles; the Humble Oil & Refining 
Company's extensive film library; and Sieel 
and America, sponsored by the American Iron 
& Steel Institute, headed for record totals of 
viewers in 1966. 

There were no awards given professional 
baseball's World Series of 1966, sponsored by 
the Coca-Cola Company ( and none asked ) , 
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tribute would come from the petroleum indus- 
try. American Oil not only provided a most 
useful Schooled in Safely Smm film series (see 
page 1 22 ) that attained nationw ide use in high 
school driver education classrooms, but topped 
its own audience popularity rating for the Holi- 
day travel promotion film scries now in dis- 
tribution with two first awards at the National 
Visual Presentation Association's "Day of 
Visuals" and a National Safety Committee 
bronze plaque. 

The Humble Oil & Refining Company more 
than matched that record as it reported 1966 
audiences of 10 million Americans each month 
for the nearly 5.000 prints of 36 general-in- 
terest motion pictures now in circulation. Most 
of Humbles films promote auto travel, featur- 
ing cities and states. Others are on cultural and 
adventure subjects, conservation, driver edu- 
cation and the petroleum industry. One of 
these pictures, ll'ild Rivers, co-sponsored with 
the U. S. Department of Interior's Bureau of 
Outdoor Recreation, was honored by Cine and 
at the Columbus Film Festival last year. It was 
produced by Larry Madison. 

The job of filling the thousands of requests 
that pour in each month is handled by Modern 
Talking Picture Service, which maintains Hum- 
ble Film Libraries in 25 cities across the coun- 
try. An affiliate: Modern TV. distributes these 
films on request to television stations. 

A third oil company. Shell, went into strong 
audience competition with another 1966 Na- 
tional Safety bron/e plaque winner. The Na- 
tional Driver's Test, produced by CBS Tele- 



vision News for nationwide television showing 
and subsequent 16mm distribution. 

The Paper Forest" .\warded Tree of Cold 
In worldwide industrial-sponsored film com- 
petition, one U. S. entry won the highest honor 
attainable at the World Forestry Congress com- 
petition held in Madrid last year. The Paper 
Forest, sponsored by the Southern Pulpwood 
Conservation Association and produced by 
Frank Willard Productions, received the "Tre« 
of Gold" trophy in stiff competition with many 
other countries. 

But at the 7th International Industrial Film 
Festival, held on the Lido at Venice, Italy, only 
one of the 15 U. S. entries was significantly 
honored. The American Iron & Steel Institute 
received a second prize in its category for the 
Disney production. Sleet and America. First 
honors in that group went to the Cammell- 
Hudson-Brownjohn production. The Tortoise 
and the Hare, sponsored by Pirelli Ltd. Other 
outstanding award winners and some of the 
truly best industrial films of the year were 
Sweden's first prize winner. Like Rings on Wa- 
ter, sponsored by Orebro; Finland's Te.xtiles, 
produced by Sektor Filmi; Elements Facing 
Elements, a Netherland's first prize winner, 
sponsored by Enci-Cemij and Rober N.\'.; and 
Two Cubic Centimeters for Life, which won a 
first award for its sponsor. Medizinish-Pharma- 
zeutische Studiegesellschaft e.V Credit the 
talented pnxiucer. Dr. George Munck and his 
Leonaris Film company. 

A very useful picture. Visual Aids, won one 
of the other Venice first awards for its sponsor, 
the British Ministry of Defence (Navy) and 
the producer. Stewart Films Limited. The final 
first prize winner at this Industrial Festival was 
the British Insurance Association film. The 
Stable Door, produced by Ronald H. Riley & 
Associates. These "firsts" and other high 
honors at Venice, earned Britain the Grand 
Prix at this event. 

Other V. S. Pictures \\crc Honored .\broad 
U. S. film entries at numerous other over- 
seas film festivals, reviewed and submitted by 
the very active Council on International Non- 
theatrical Events (CINE) which serves as the 
nation's coordinating agency for this purpose, 
were well received and brought home many 
trophies. Among the honors accorded 1966 




"Golden Eagle" films submitted abroad were 
the first place cup given Emily Films' The King 
of Madison Avenue at the Rome Electronic & 
Nuclear Film Festival and a silver medal from 
the Guadalajara (Mexico) Festival; an enter- 
taining, non-sponsored short subject. Skater- 
Dater. won a grand prize at Cannes; the St 
Finnbar first prize at Cork. Ireland and diplo- 
mas from Edinburgh and Krakow festivals. 

Turning to the domestic scene, such import- 
ant subject areas as economics and corporation 
management; safety education and health edu- 
cation were illuminated by many outstanding 
1966 productions. 

Freedoms Award to "The Pursuit of Profit" 

Two leading U. S. manufacturers received 
highest honors as the Proctor & Gamble Com- 
pany's film. The Pursuit of Profit, received the 
Alexander Hamilton Award of the Freedoms 
Foundation. It was produced by The Jam 
Handy Organization. The other award-winner 
was the Kroger Company's two-phased subject. 
Partners in Profit/Profit for Partners, produced 
by Fred A. Niles Communications Centers, 
Inc. This employee orientation film won the 
first prize award of the Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management. 

The Grand Prize at the 1966 Management 
Film Festival went to Clood Old Sam. produced 
for Merrill, Lynch. Pierce. Fenner & Smith by 
Parthenon Pictures. This was ParthcHon's 
fourth high honor of the past year, following a 
bronze plaque trophy given Love That Car. by 
the National Committee on Films for Safety 
and two first place awards at the NN'PA's "Day 
o' Visuals " which went to She Purrs Like a 
Kitten ( American Oil ) and Two Cheers for 
Charlie (Mutual and I'nited of Omaha). 
Cited for Sales Promotion. Employee Training 

The important area of sales presentation and 
promotion also had its share of fine pictures 
in '66. The Family Circle production of The 
Collection, by Dynamic Films, Inc., took a first 
award at NVPA's "Day of Visuals" and fol- 
lowed with a silver medal at the San Francisco 
International Film Festival as well as a "Chris" 
certificate award from Columbus. Alitalia Air- 
lines' Jet Cargo won a gold medal at the Inter- 
national Film & TV Festival of New York, a 
second prize from NVPA and a Columbus 
certificate award. Wilding, Inc. was the pri>- 
ducer. 

Employee and retailer training film honors 
were highlighted by the gold medal given Eli 
Lilly's Day of Judgment. priKluced by the Cen- 
tron Corptiration and given this picture at the 
International Film & T\' Festival of New 
Yi'rk; Eastern .Airlines' Sunrise at Eastern, a 
1965 winner, continued to gather kudos for its 
producer. Audio Productions. Inc. This picture 
won an NVP.\ first prize and a CINE "Golden 
Eagle" in 1966. 

In the vital fields of traffic, home and occu- 



17(h PRODUCTION REVIEW 



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Citizenship Citation 
to Hughes Aircraft 

The year's honors 
lor corporate citizen- 
ship go to the Hughes 
Aircraft Company for 
its public affairs" cam- 
paign aimed at getting 
out the vote among 
all employees and 
documented in its 
picture H-'/io Cares? 
97% of all eligible 
workers were regis- 
tered to vote last year. 



ACHIEVEMENT IN 1966 

(continued from the preceding page 115) 
pational safety education. The Chokerman, 
produced by Rarig's, Inc. for the Northwest 
Forest Industry Film Committee was another 
bronze plaque winner in the National Safety 
Film Contest. Other plaque winners in the oc- 
cupational safety category for 1966 were 
Everything to Lose, produced by Calvin Pro- 
ductions for the Caterpillar Tractor Company 
and The Return of Milton Whitty. sponsored 
by the Ontario Construction Safety Association 
and produced by Westminster Films Limited, 
of Canada. Other safety plaque winners have 
been mentioned. 

Outstanding Films for Health Education 

Turning to the equally important field of 
health education, a new version of one of the 
most widely-heralded educational films of the 
past decade. Human Reproduction, won a 
Chris statuette award at the Columbus Film 
Festival and followed with a Blue Ribbon first 
prize at the American Film Festival. The film 
was made by Audio Productions for the Text- 
Film Division of McGraw-Hill, Inc. 

Point of View, produced by Vision Asso- 
ciates for the National Tuberculosis Associa- 
tion, was an Academy Award nominee at last 
year's Hollywood "Oscar" ceremonies and won 
a top award ( best rendition of concept ) at the 
International Film & TV Festival of New York. 
The American Heart Association's film Better 
Odds for a Longer Life won one of last year's 
Chris statuettes at Columbus and another Heart 
Association film. Candidate for Stroke, won a 

Scene from "Point of View" — 1966 Academy 
nnmincc icas cited for best rendition of concept. 





Chris certificate and a CINE "Golden Eagle." 
Similar honors went to a third Heart Associa- 
tion film. Cardiac Faihire in Infancy, produced 
by Sturgis-Grant Productions. 

The American Cancer Association's latest 
film. Time for Decision, was a 1967 Academy 
Award nominee. This color cartoon subject 
was produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions. 
Other Health and Medical Films Are Cited 
The Wilson Research Foundation con- 
tributed a useful film on The Changing View of 
the Change of Life, produced by Dynamic 
Films, Inc. This film was another first award 
winner at the NVPA's "Day of Visuals" last 
year. Other health and medical education films 
of the year included Examination of Reflexes. 
produced for Parke Davis & Company by The 
Jam Handy Organization ( a CINE "Golden 
Eagle" selection ) ; Fertility Control, the Role 
of the Oral Contraceptive, produced for the 
Eli Lilly Company by Aegis Productions, Inc. 
( "Golden Eagle" selection ) ; and Handle With 
Cure, produced by John Sutherland Produc- 




"A Different Drum" tells of the significance of 
the AMA's nctc Itulitute for Biomedical Research. 
The award-winner is a Henry Strauss production. 

tions. This film won a Chris statuette at the 
Columbus Film Festival. 

The area of medical research was explored 
by A Different Drum, sponsored by the Amer- 
ican Medical Association and produced by 
Henry Strauss & Co. It was a first award win- 
ner at NVPA's "Day of Visuals" and a 
"Golden Eagle" selection. Scientific research 
was well served by the General Motors Re- 
search Labs' picture. Search, which won a gold 
medal at the International Film and TV Festi- 
val of N. Y. and was also a CINE "Golden 
Eagle" selection. Seneca Productions produced 
this fine picture. 

Public Awareness of the Law and Justice 

The public service sector brought out some 
of the year's outstanding pictures. Two of the 
best were The Odds Against, produced by 
Vision Associates for the American Founda- 
tion, Institute of Corrections and The True and 
the Just, sponsored by the State of New York 
Departmental Committee for Court Adminis- 
tration and produced by Audio Productions, 
Inc. The Odds Against is a 1967 Academy 
Award nominee and has already been honored 
with a Chris statuette and a silver medal from 
the International Film & TV Festival of New 
York. Tlie True ami the Just earned Audio a 
gold medal at the same event last year. 

Stuart Finley's production. Hater Resource- 
fulness, sponsored by the New York State Con- 
servation Department, was another gold medal 
winner at the International Film & TV Festival. 
Some Honored Educational Films of 1966 

Public education and films which made con- 
tributions to both information and classroom 
learning had more notable honors candidates in 
'66. Columbus awarded its highest honor, the 
Chris statuette, to the Centron Corporation 



The American Iron & Steel Institute film "Steel and America " won lienors 
at the 7th International Industrial Film Festival held in Venice in '66. 



116 





AT&T's picture, "Beyond All Barriers" told the 
^liinj of how comtminicaliort.^ can unite mankind. 

j production, Spain ami Portugal — on the 
[ Threshold of Success, produced for the Text- 
I ilm Division of McGraw-Hill. The .Atom and 
A If. produced by Bay State Film Productions 
. i for the Connecticut Yankee Atomic Power 
Company, made a fine contribution to better 
understanding of nuclear energy in peacetime 
application. Honored with a certificate award 
at Columbus, the film also received a CINE 
"Golden Eagle." 

The AT&T-sponsored film on the broad 
spectrum of world communications. Beyond 
All Barriers, was produced in 1965 by Larry 
Madison Productions but achieved further dis- 
tinction in "66 as it received a CINE ""Golden 
Eagle" and was sent abroad. The pictorial visit 
to the National Gallery of Art in Washington, 
presented in The American Vision with con- 
summate skill by United States Productions, 
■was previewed at the White House and later 
received a top festival award in Chicago. 
Sports and Tra\el .Are Popular Subjects 
•ir Sports, travel and recreational inlcrests were 
served by some very exciting pictures in the 
year. Dynamic Films" film report of the In- 
diana/tolis 500. sponsored by Ashland Oil & 
Refining Co.. was among the best of these. The 
World Series. 1966, has already been men- 
tioned as one of the year's most widely-seen 
sports pictures and pro football had its hour in 
the Wolper Productions' classic. Mayhem on 
o Sunday Ajternoon. first seen as a television 
■"special" and later available in 16mm. 

Travel promotion through the medium of the 
screen continues to win tremendous 16mm 
group audiences. Here. Pan .American World 
Airways had three winners last year with the 
Henry Strauss Production, Wintis to .Alaska. 
honored with a first place by the National 
■Visual Presentation Association and the Vision 

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WE HONOR THESE INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS 



¥T ONORS OF THE Yi AR belong not only to 
** the outstanding films of 1966 but must 
be shared by those individuals and organiza- 
tions who contributed new methods of produc- 
tion and projection, who helped to get these 
pictures to increasing thousands of viewers and 
to others who made notable personal contribu- 
tions to the advancement of audiovisual com- 
munication. 

The Editors of Business Screen cite Dr. 
James Lieberman, director of the Public Health 
Service Audiovisual Facility in Atlanta. 
Georgia, as our candidate for "man-of-the- 
year" honors. Recipient in 1966 of the Public 
Health Service Meritorious Service Medal lor 




Dr. James Liebcmian, Director uf 
the Public Health Seniee Audio- 
visual Facility in Atlanta, Geor^^ia. 

"his leadership in developing and administer- 
ing a national and international program for 
the improvement of biochemical communica- 
tion" Dr. Lieberman is a prophet niih honor 
in his own professional community. His strong 
belief in the value of single-concept 8mm films 
for health education and medical education, the 
work of his Facility in making so many useful 
films and his sound administration of this pro- 
gram merit our further acknowledgement of his 
outstanding leadership in audiovisuals. 

Film Distributor Cited for Leadership 

r National distributors of sponsored films have 
been most progressive in recent years, turning 
quickly to computers for more accurate and 
complete processing of audience data. Among 
such organizations on whom the industry de- 
pends to move its prinJuct to the people for 
whom it is intended. Modern Talking Picture 
Service, Inc. has earned commendation here 
for its extensive computer and reporting sys- 
tem installations and for the continued spread 
of its Airport Theater operations, now reaching 



Scene from "Spain and Portugal — on the Threshold of Success" jyroduced 
hij the Cenlron Corporation for McCraw-llill Text-Film.i — and a uinner! 





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new and larger audiences of influential men 
and women. 

.Among organizations deserving special men- 
tion, we cite the National Committee on Films 
for Safety, "because this voluntary group of 
outstanding specialists in all areas concerned 
with safety education has provided the United 
States with one of its most respected annual 
film awards programs." The National Safety 
Film Contest, coordinated by William Eng- 
lander, secretary of the National Committee, 
culminates at the annual National Safety Con- 
gress held each year in Chicago. Sans entry 
fees and without fanfare, this group of experts 
in the subject field they know best, comes up 
with bronze plaque and merit awards that are 
recognized as authoritative and meaningful 
throughout the world. 

Prime Nio\er of Films to Festivals Abroad 
"ir The Council on International Nontheatrical 
Events (Cine) can't please everyone in mak- 
ing annual U. S. selections for overseas film 
awards competition but it makes an enormous 
( and too often, thankless ) contribution to this 
task of nationwide film review and coordina- 
tion. To James Culver and his staff in Wa.sh- 
ington, and to members of regional Cine juries 
across the country as well as to other hard- 
working volunteers who comprise the Board of 
Cine, we extend the grateful thanks of prtxluc- 
ers and sponsors whom it has served these past 
nine years. 

Within the .American Medical .-Association, 
the work of Ralph P. Creer. director of medical 
motion pictures and television in the depart- 
ment of postgraduate education, includes sup- 
ervision of an ever-expanding professional 
medical film library. The increasing service of 
that library among medical societies, hospitals, 
medical schools and other professional groups 
is reported elsewhere in this issue. But we 
would also cite the good citizenship of audio- 
White House premiere of "The American Vision" 
brought p,reetiug from Mrs. Lyndon B. Johivion 
to noted art patron, Mrs. Chester Dale and C.atlert, 
director John Walker. ( Washington Star photo) 




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WE PAUSE TO HONOR: 

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visual leader Ralph Creer tor his work in di- 
recting the preparation of the AMA's medical 
film catalog, his frequent talks to medical as- 
semblies (on January 5. 1967. for example, he 
addressed the AIVIA"s Third Conference on 
International Health on "New Developments in 
International Medical Film Programs"), and 
for his constant probing of medical film data 
which resulted in reports on U.S. produced 
medical films used in specific lands abroad 
such as Colombia, Brazil and India. 

As one of those Cine "volunteer" spokes- 
men, serving in his special field of medical film 
interest, as a past-president and active sup- 
porter of the Chicago Film Council, Ralph 
Creer is also one of the industry's "men-of-the- 
year." 

National Audio-Visual Association Cited 

Professional and trade organizations serving 
the audiovisual industry worked hard this past 
year to advance both business and educational 
use of films. The National Audio-Visual Asso- 
ciation, for e.xample. has done a tremendous 
iob in working with Congress on behalf of 
films in our schools. The annual convention 
and trade show of that dealer organization is 
the largest gathering place of those who dis- 
tribute both films and equipment as well as 
the largest single showing of the latest in audio- 
visual equipment and related accessories. 



7V A single company, Calvin of Kansas City, 
has recently concluded its 21st annual work- 
shop for film makers and again presented both 
films and techniques to a capacity crowd of 
nearly 800 professionals. To president Leonard 
Keck of Calvin Productions and to all who 
made so many useful contributions to those 
who attended the 21st Annual Calvin Work- 
shop, this special commendation is merited. 
While helping themselves. Calvin has helped 
the many who benefit from this useful sharing. 
This was the year, too, in which staunch be- 
lievers in audiovisual communication were in 
high places within the U.S. government. Sena- 
tors George Murphy (Rep. California) and 
Charles Percy (Rep. Illinois) will not overlook 
opportunities to better apply sound principles 
learned through long experience with the film 
medium as they help to bring more informa- 
tion and better teaching methods to the coun- 
try in years ahead. 

CIFE Honors the Industrial Film Medium 
Finally, looking abroad, we must commend 
the work of the Confederation of Industrial 
Federations of Europe (CIFE) for its sponsor- 
ship of the annual International Industrial Film 
Festivals on that continent and in England. 
The 8th annual event moves to Lisbon. Portu- 
gal in September. Secretary-General Rene Ar- 
naud and members of his staff have placed the 
industrial film medium on a high plateau 
among top management in European industry. 



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Associates" picture. Wings lo France, came up 
with a special jury prize at the Chicago Inter- 
national Film Festival as well as a citation for 
"the best direction and editing" given at the 
International Film & TV Festival of New York. 
I ihii .Authors" production of New Horizons- 
liiazil was Pan Am"s third winner last year. 



■if Meeting the interest of audience in both 
travel and outdoor recreations were pictures 
like As Tall As the Mountains, sponsored by 
Adolph Coors Co.; Eastman Kodak's colorful 
short subject, Trek to the Telons. produced 
by Mattco Associates, and such adventure-in- 
spired films as High In the Himalayas, spon- 
sored by Sears-Roebuck. Carson Davidson 
Productions won festival honors with Railway 
IViih a Heart of Gold and there were others! • 



.At the left: u vi i/Kciicc front Dynamic Filmi' "Indianapolis: .500" incture 
showing the much-hcraldcd crash scene at this exciting race. Below: a 
Worlds Series film produced by Jack Lich Productions icas sure to be one 
of the best-attended attractions ivhcn offered to audiences in the U.S. 




BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



The American Navv in Vietnam 

The Naw's Aliility l<> K«>>|miii<I yui<-kl\ anil l)<» a Siir|>ri"-in^ 
\'ari«-lv of Uil'lVreiil Ta»k« liflalt-d in a (!i>lor noriinicniarv 



OS August 2, 1964, the United 
States Navy destroyer Mad- 
Dox, on patrol in international 
waters of the Gulf of Tonkin, 
picked up three unidentified con- 
tacts on her radar scopes ap- 
proaching from the northwest and 
coming fast. Within minutes they 
were identified as North Vietna- 
mese PT boats armed with torpe- 
does and 37mm guns and, with 
ensuing exchange of gunfire, the 
Navy's role in Vietnam had sud- 
denly expanded. 

In the two and a half years that 
have passed since the Tonkin Gulf 
incident, the United States Navy 
has done an unprecedented variety 
of different jobs in Vietnam, which 
the general public often knows 
very little about. 

Aided South \'ict nam's Navy 
Even before Tonkin Gulf, the 
Navy had been active in an advi- 
sory capacity, trying to help the 
small South X'ietnamese Navy in- 
crease the effectiveness of its ef- 
forts to defend the rivers and coas- 
tal waters from the Vict Cong. In 
addition, the Navy was called upon 
to take command responsibility for 
all support activities in Vietnam — 
an assignment which developed 
into the Navy's largest single over- 
seas shore command. 

The Marines were sent to help 
fight the land war; never before 
has the potential of the Navy- 
Marine Corps team been so fully 
realized. Naval air power from 
land and from carriers in the South 
China Sea has been a primary fac- 
tor in American military strength. 

>\'ritcr-dircclor Tom Carroll, Jr., 

(/(.scii.v.vcv filminfi of on-camera nar- 
ration uilh Chrt Ihintley and cani- 
erainan llirman Kilclicn aboard 
I'SS GUAM in New York Harbor. 




.And along with it all. the Navy 
has pursued a vigorous program 
of civic action designed to help the 
people of South Vietnam rebuild 
in the face of a conflict that often 
threatens to destroy them. 

Informs Public of Its Role 

In an effort to inform the public 
about the full scope of its activi- 
ties in Vietnam, the Navy's Chief 
of Information assigned to Sun 
Dial Films, Inc. the task of re- 
searching, writing and producing 




uuxi)i.i;. 
i'I(:tx.v 



Project Handclasp at work in Viit- 
imm as VS. Xaiy Chief Radioman 
(Urald Bisslcr helps a young Mon- 
lagnard girl choose new dress from 
clothing sent by American people. 

a half-hour film, to be entitled, 
"The American Navy in Viet- 
nam", which would give complete 
picture of the U.S. Nava' effort, 
including even those activities 
which, while they are less glamor- 
ous and more overlooked, are often 
vitally important. 

Producer Carl Ragsdalc. in turn, 
assigned staff writer-director Tom 
Carroll. Jr., to supervise the proj- 
ect and he began a series of re- 
search conferences with interested 
naval commands and personnel 
from the Secretary of the Navy 
and the Commander-in-Chief of 
the Pacific Fleet to a young navy 
journalist recently returned from 
.issignment in the Mekong Delta 
and a pilot back from carrier duty. 
Covers All Naial .\ctivities 

On-location photography in 
\'ietnam took Sun Dial's camera 
crews from the Mekong Delta in 
the south to Danang in the North 
Since the assignment was to cover 
all phases of naval activity, the lo- 
cations ranged from administra- 
tive and command offices in Sai- 
gon to Navy ships offshore in the 
South China Sea: the Attack Car- 

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High-speed patrol craft of the U. S. Navy, called Swift Boats, participate m 
(Operation Marketimc to deny rivers, coastal waters to Viet Cong traffic. 



FROM: CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS 

TO: COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF PACIFIC FLEET 

SUBJECT: FILMING "AMERICAN NAVY IN VIETNAM" 

1. SECNAV HAS AUTHORIZED A NAVY-SPONSORED 

28-MINUTE COLOR MOTION PICTURE TELLING THE 
STORY OF NAVAL ACTIVITIES IN VIETNAM. 
CONTRACT FOR THE FILM HAS BEEN LET TO SUN 
DIAL FILMS OF NEW YORK. DIRECTOR/WRITER 
TOM CARROLL AND CREW OF SEVEN WILL ARRIVE 
SAIGON 21 MARCH. GROUP PLANS FOUR TO SIX 
WEEKS FILMING IN VIETNAM AND SHIPS OF 
7TH FLEET. 

2. FILM WILL COVER ALL ASPECTS OF THE NAVY 
ROLE, INCLUDING CVA/AIR STRIKES, NGFS, 
AMPHIBIOUS OPS., LOGISTICS, MARKET TIME, 
RAG'S, JUNK FORCE, SEABEES, HSA, USMC. 

3. IN COUNTRY AIRTRANS, COD AND EMBARKATION 
SHIPS AND UNITS, AS REQUIRED, AUTHORIZED. 

4. FULL COOPERATION IS NECESSARY TO 
COMPLETE REQUIREMENTS IN ACCORD WITH PUBLIC 
AFFAIRS IMPORTANCE OF THIS PROJECT. 



\ eriical Knvelopment, one of niuesi concepts in strike warfare, is slutwn as 
helicopters loaded tcith Marines lift nfi irntn \hips oj the ~th Fleet . . . 

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Modem radar-equipped barge tow 

iiHHcs along an inland waterway; 
lure there arc 28 barges- loaded 
with a variety of commodities . . . 
scene in "The Wonder of Water." 



Multi-purpose dams siieli as this 
xerve both industry and the public. 
Here small craft are nuiving down- 
stream via McNary Dam lock, en- 
route to Steelhead fishing grounds. 



The Role of America's Inland Waterways 

Benefits of System to Industrial Economy and the Public 
Are Pictured in 27-Minute Film on '"The bonder of ^ater" 



THE Importance of America's 
inland waterways system to 
the economy of the nation is made 
vividly clear in a new 27-minute 
color film, sponsored by The 
American Waterways Operators, 
Inc. and produced on cross-coun- 
try location by The Jam Handy 
Organization. The title: The Won- 
der of Water. 

As the film shows, 95 per cent 
of the nation's people are served by 
the more than 25,000 miles of 
navigable streams and canals, not 
even counting the Great Lakes. 
Along these routes travelled the 
pioneers who opened the land to 
settlement and expansion; today, 
these inland waters are put to 
work in power generation, irriga- 
tion and recreation — as well as 
facilitating lower-cost of the goods 
and materials which move over 
their surface. 

Recent Progress Is Reported 

The nation's future growth is 
inexorably involved in what hap- 
pens to improve and expand this 
system. The recent developments 
(some under construction) include 
17 multi-purpose projects along 
the Arkansas River, linking Fort 
Smith, Little Rock and Tulsa with 
the sea: making the Snake River 
navigable from the Columbia 
River to Lewiston, Idaho for con- 
tinued development of the North- 



inum, petro-chemicals which move 
to markets on barges: wheat from 
North Dakota and Montana, corn 
and soybeans from the Midwest 
... all these basic products are 
benefited by water transportation. 

The Wonder of Wal^r shows 
what the waterways industry is do- 
ing to improve equipment — to 
keep costs down while moving 
larger payloads. Today's barges, 
unlike such ancestors as the Mis- 
sissippi stern-wheelers, are purely 
functional. Lashed together, as 
many as 50 to a single tow. they 
behave as a single vessel . . . seven 
acres of products moving to mar- 
ket in a single hand. 

Barges like these are equipped 
with the latest navigational and 
communication devices, rivaling 
the airlines in their constant evolu- 
tion of newer and better equip- 
ment. They're even moving out to 
sea as ocean-going barges carry up 
to 20,000 tons in a single move- 
ment. As an example of compara- 



west; the Cross-Florida Barge 
Canal and improvement of the 
Pearl River, a space-age necessity. 

Industry follows the opening of 
new and improved waterways, us- 
ing their fluids for manufacturing 
as well as transportation, .^nd in- 
dustry's growth triggers a chain re- 
action of prosperity for these areas 
as it creates jobs. But where water- 
ways are outmoded by the passage 
of time, older industries move on. 
There is. for example, the obso- 
lescent Florida State Barge Canal 
system which needs to be incor- 
porated into the big Federally-op- 
erated network and modernized. 
Plant Expansion Along Ohio 

The 19 new locks along the 
Ohio which have replaced 46 out- 
dated installations are now ade- 
quate to handle modern commer- 
cial barge traffic. As a result, 
along the Ohio and its tributaries, 
billions of dollars in plant expan- 
sion have stimulated that area's 
economy. 

UnUke other natural resources, 
water can be used again and 
again. Strenuous efforts to avoid 
pollution and to keep these streams 
clean arc being made by Federal 
as well as local and state govern- 
ments and industry to safeguard 
this vital resource. 

The film's sequences cover ma- 
jor industries such as coal, alum- 




tive sizes, the film shows, a 50,- 
000-ton payload on a river tow 
would be the equivalent of eight 
and one-third trains, each with 
120 cars or more than 1.500 of 
the largest trucks on the highways. 

Frankly competitive. The Won- 
der of Water notes that water 
transports costs only three-tenths 
of a cent per ton-mile as compared 
to one and one-half cents by rail 
and six and one-half cents over the 
highways. 

Jam Handy camera crews caught 
barges in action throughout the 
land: this visual report is a sequel 
to another successful, earlier film 
for the same sponsor and brings 
the case for America's waterways 
up to date. Prints are available for 
free loan by groups and organiza- 
tions as well as schools throughout 
the nation from regional libraries 
of its national distributor: Asso- 
ciation Films, at Ridgefield, New 
Jersey; LaGrange. Illinois; Dallas, 
Texas; and Hayward, California. • 



How To Be More Than "Just a Secretary' 



WEBSTER DEFINES a secretary 
as "a person employed to 
keep records, take care of cor- 
respondence and other writing 
tasks, etc., for an organization or 
individual." 

A new slidefilm now in use by 
the First National City Bank in 
New York goes on to say that the 
most important word in that defi- 
nition is etcetera. For the truth is 
that when you're secretary — 
whether you know it or not — 
you're really a diplomat, econo- 
mist, professor of English, psy- 
chologist, communications special- 
ist, official hostess, captain of the 
guard, advisor, consultant, interior 
decorator, industrial designer, gen- 
eral arranger, protector, and much, 
much more! 

Just A Secretary, a sound slide- 
film used for training throughout 
the bank, is designed to show the 
secretary's job is something quite 
out of the ordinary; a job that 

A secretary's role includes being 
captuin-of-the-guard aiul diplomat. 



requires judgment, sensitivity, 
and understanding, in addition to 
the usual office skills. And it is 
these qualities that make the job 
more enjoyable and more hkely 
to lead to advancement. It was 
produced by Gotham Film Pro- 
ductions under the supervision of 
Gordon Rhodes, Training Direc- 
tor of the First National City 
Bank. 

The bank has authorized its use 
by other companies faced with the 
problem of training and motivat- 
ing the secretarial staff. Among 
companies currently using the film 
are W. T. Grant, J. C. Peimey, 
New York Telephone Co., and 
L'nion Bag-Camp Paper Corp. 
How to Obtam This Program 
Prints of the 1 1 1 o-minute sub- 
ject, plus record with both manual 
and automatic tracks, are avail- 
able for sale (S20) from Gotham 
Film Productions, Inc., 1 1 East 
44th Street. New York 10017. • 

Her job requires judgment and sen- 
sitivity, ;)/»« rssiiUiiil office skills. 




120 



BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



THE BUSINESS CORPORATION 
Meets Problems of Era of Radical Change 

■V New Fortune Film. Made in Cooperation ^^ itii Arnic-o Steel 



OVFR THh PAST TWO YEARS it 
has been a frequent editorial 
reference point in Fortune Maga- 
zine that we are living in an "Era 
of Radical Change." affecting our 
economy, our social institutions. 
and — profoundly — our business 
corporations. 

In a new motion picture. The 
Era of Radical Change ami the 
Corporation. Fortune Films, a de- 
partment of the magazine, shows 
how one company — an old-line 
company at that — is attempting 
to cope with and condition its peo- 
ple for change. 

How Change .Effected .-Vrmco 

The film is presented in the pub- 
lic interest in cooperation with the 
Armco Steel Corporation, which 
served as an example of the proc- 
esses of change as they affect to- 
day's corporations. 

TTie film demonstrates that in 
every area of operations, from pro- 
duction to marketing, the problem 
is how to motivate people to ac- 
cept change, to participate in and 
help make the changes work. and. 
most important ( and difficult ) to 
use their initiative in creating 
change. 

Armco's part in the film project 
developed through conferences 
with Dynamic Films. Inc., produc- 
er of a previous, and highly suc- 
cessful. Fortune film. The Sales- 
man Isn't Dead — He's Pilferenl. 
and with Robert C. Hattersley, 
head of Fortune Films. 

First of Corporate Studies 
This activity makes motion pic- 
tures on certain editorial subjects 
which prove to be particularly in- 
teresting and useful to the business 

Logan T. Johnston, hoard cliainiian 
of Armco Stiil. auuits signal of Oi- 
sixtant canuraman Dick Hlofxom for 
scene in ichich be is featured. 




community. .And this, the fir^t 
"corporation story" done by For- 
tune Films, was made because, it 
was thought that Armco repre- 
sented the change syndrome so well 
that the company might serve as a 
prime example of the problems 
facing other companies in these 
times. 

Armco. which paid all produc- 
tion costs, agreed to give Fortune 
complete editorial authority in 
scripting and producing the pic- 
ture. As a result, it is a thought- 




William \ erity. president of Arm- 
co (right) listen.^ intently while di- 
rector Maurice Rapf discusses a 
scene to he lensed in executive of- 
fice of the big steel company. 

fully perceptive documentary, de- 
scribing the problems and chal- 
lenges of change taking place with- 
in the big Middletown, Ohio, steel 
producer. 

Company Is "Going Places" 

Probably few companies could, 
or would, stand still for this kind 
of probing, but Armco, which has 
been described as a shining exam- 
ple of a company really going 
places, comes out looking remark- 
ably good as it thrashes its way out 
of old habits and old methods into 
the new technology and philosophy 
of change. 

It is interesting that the film 
does not examine a "glamor" com- 
pany, where products themselves 
are symbols of change, but a com- 
pany with venerable facilities 
grinding out the most basic com- 
motlity of industrial society — 
steel. 

New Ca.sling Method Debaled 
Decisions are not always easily 
arrived at. as Armco prepares for 
the future. The plan to adopt a ncu 
continuous casting methix.! caused 
a lot of argument within the coni- 




Amico Steel's controller, D. E, Boone, talks about computers in a scene from 
the Fortune Film on "The Era of Radical Change — and the Corjmration." 



pany. There were as many for the 
plan as against it. 

As President C. William Verity, 
Jr., says in the film, "It was nc 
easy decision . . . and after thrash- 
ing it around many times, the exec- 
utive committee recommended that 
we hedge our bet." To which the 
narrator comments, "Not exactly 
a bold decision, and not everyone 
in the company was satisfied." 

But adjusting to new technology 
is a continuing problem in most 
industries, and basic production 
methods can't change every day, 
especially in an industry like steel. 

The Market: Chanj;es and Grows 
But Fortune pt)ints out that as it 
has often explained, what does 
elmnge. grow and become more 
complicated all the lime, is the 
area in which the products of the 
new technology must be sold — 
the market. The innovation and 
specialty of today becomes the 
commodity of tomorrow, and the 
tomorrows are coming much faster 
than they used to. 

Armco has always been an in- 
novator in the steel industry. For 
ten years, the film points out, the 
company tried to sell aluminized 
steel for automobile mufflers — an 
obvious improvement — to De- 
troit, but it wasn't until 19.';9 that 



one major car maker switched to 
an aluminized muffler as standard 
equipment. Today, every Ameri- 
can car built has all or part of its 
exhaust system made of aluminized 
steel. It's really a big market. 

Product Can Become Obsolete 

But the irony of it for Armco is 
that it can't even sit back and 
enjoy its share. Mufflers are going 
to be different because the whole 
system is going to be changed 
radically to help the smo^ prob- 
lem. One solution will result in 
the exhaust gasses being much 
hotter, which could rule out alum- 
inized. But this could mean that 
stainless steel is on the way in. 

"There's the era of radical 
change for you," an Armco execu- 
tive says. "You spend ten years 
establishing something new and 
useful, and then find out it might 
be on the road to obsolescence just 
a few years after you get it ac- 
cepted." 

Armco middle management 
seems to be keenly alert to the 
winds of change and ready for 
whatever they may bring. 

One young Armco man sums up 
this attitude in the concluding 
moments of the film: "Whether 
it's change wrought by use of a 

(CONCLUDED ON PAGE 209) 



Technical "task force" of .\rmco Steel Corporation, about to go overseas, 
pauses for film scenes shot at the company hangar in Middletotcn. Ohio. 




I7lh PRODLCTION RKVIEW 



121 




American Oil Company's driver education film program Ict.s teachers show 
iini)ortant aspects of car operutioii and safe driving habits that can't be 
horned through verbal discussion in the high school classroom. 

American Oil Films Encourage Dri\ er Safetv; 
Build Company's Image Among Teen-Agers 



'W/'hen Dad Was a Teenager 
" learning to drive, his car had 
about 60 horsepower and was one 
of 30 million motor vehicles on 
the nation's streets and highways. 
Today, his teenage son or daughter 
learns to drive a car with three to 
five times more horsepower on 
highways carrying more than 82 
million motor vehicles. 

Consequently, training compe- 
tent drivers now is both more im- 
portant and more complex than 
when Dad first lurched along a se- 
cluded country lane in the family 
car years ago, while his father 
shouted instruction and, perhaps, 
epithets. 

Eight Single-Concept Films 

For this reason, American Oil 
Company, the nationwide market- 
ing subsidiary of Standard Oil 
Company ( Indiana ) , is helping 
young people to become assured, 
safe drivers through the use of 
eight, 8mm, single-concept, black- 
and-white driver education films 
which visualize special road situa- 



tions otherwise impossible to rep- 
resent adequately in the classroom. 
American Oil is one of the first, if 
not the only, company to work 
with schools in this Smm, single- 
concept medium. 

The chief goal of the film pro- 
gram is to assist high school driver- 
education instructors to graduate 
safe, competent drivers. But, of 
course, the project also serves to 
introduce young motorists and po- 
tential future customers to Ameri- 
can Oil. Teenagers, in fact, con- 
stitute one of the fastest growing 
portions of the population and rep- 
resent the company's future busi- 
ness. 

Inaugurated in 1964, the film 
project follows a tradition of youth 
programs supported over the years 
as an aspect of American Oil's cor- 
porate citizenship. For example, 
the company and The American 
Oil Foundation, for many years 
has sponsored the 4H Tractor Pro- 
gram in 40 states. American Oil 
Foundation also contributes to the 



Chief goal of American's driver education film program is to help high 
school driver education teachers to develop safe, competent drivers. But 
the widely-used series is also inirnd\ii iiej, imti nlial euslonurs tt> cmnpantj. 




Future Farmers of America foun- 
dation. 

Pro\ided Booklets and Posters 
The company, in the early Six- 
ties prepared four booklets telling 
the story of the petroleum industry 
in terms of research, marketing, 
transportation and exploration. 
Each of these booklets was mailed 
to more than 17,000 high schools 
in the country with an offer to 
make them available in quantity 
free of charge for classroom use. 
The response was very good. 

A poster program was also es- 
tablished in which, each month 




Driver education students at the 

Xaperville, 111. Communitij High 
School were among the first to use 
American OiFs Smm film program. 

during the school year, a poster 
covering a science topic in petrol- 
eum is mailed to each high school. 
In addition to highlighting science, 
these posters help to build the 
image of the teacher and promote 
interest in the petroleum industry 
from a job standpoint. 

However, in the past, most cor- 
porate youth activities had been 
generally concentrated in rural 
areas. There was a need to level 
out this activity so as to incorpor- 
ate more teenagers in urban-sub- 
urban environments. In the search 
for a common denominator through 
which to contact teenagers, only 
one appeared; the high school. 

Meanwhile, at various nation- 
wide meetings American Oil deal- 
ers suggested that a program be 
developed to promote safe driving 
among today's youth. 

Form An .\d\isory Committee 

As a result, the National Educa- 
tion Association's National Com- 
mission on Safety Education was 
approached and, with American 
Oil support, a special committee of 
professionals in driver education, 
traffic safely, and audio-visual in- 
struction was formed. 

This committee developed the 
concept of a driver education film 
program to counteract the inade- 



by R. L. Ultley, Supervisor 
Youth & Educational Activities 
American Oil Company 



quacy of words, charts and still 
pictures to portray road situations 
realistically — a problem further 
complicated by the limited experi- 
ence of the beginning driver. 

Series Produced bv Parthenon 

The committee working with the 
National Commission on Safety 
Education and Parthenon Pictures, 
a leading Hollywood production 
company, produced the eight films. 
The films do not bring a moving 
car into the classroom. But they do 
the next best thing by realistically 
simulating special driving situa- 
tions — at a cost so low any school 
can afford one or more sets. 

Titled Schooled in Safety, the 
motion pictures are designed as a 
special supplement to the national 
driver education program. Each of 
the eight films is 4' 2 minutes long. 
They allow teachers to show, on 
screen, important aspects of driv- 
ing that could not be practicably 
demonstrated in class discussion or 
on the road. 

Cover These Essential Topics 

Topics discussed include how to 
cope with highway emergencies, 
how to drive on urban superhigh- 
ways, how the brakes and ""power 
train" of a car work, what physical 
forces and laws are involved in op- 
erating a car, and the limits ot 
lights in night driving. The film 
program includes a guide book to 
assist the teacher and a special 
booklet on safe driving for stu- 
dents, called "Tips from Pro Driv- 
ers." 

The films tie in directly with 
existing driver education textbooks 

(CONCLUDED OS PAGE 201 I 

'Schooled in Safetv" program in- 
eludes eight Smm, singlc-concei>t 
films (each AH min.), plus the 
teacher's guide and a booklet ft 
students on "Tips from Pro Drii 
ers." Series is available in both n • 
a>\d cartridge format and is also »• 
leased in IBnvti sound film formal. 




BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 




Watch for Handtraps 

A Film Help.- Prrvfnl Injuries 

LAST FALL, in plants through- 
out the U.S. Steel Corpora- 
tion, employees picked up paper 
I and pencil — and watched a movie 
I — The Handlrap Test. It was a 
I new 20-niinute motion picture in 
I color which was shown over a 
I two-month period to all company 

employees. 
I The film was sponsored by 
I USS for one purpose — to help 
I workers prevent hand and finger 
injuries on the job and off. 

Some 4S5.000 hands and fin- 
gers were disabled in industrial 
accidents last year. Such injuries 
were the number one safety prob- 
lem in American industry. In fact, 
one of every four disabling in- 
juries involved the hands. 

The Hamllrap Test — patterned 
after the recently televised Nation- 
al Driver's Test — quizzed view- 
ers on their knowledge of causes 
of hand and finger injuries and 
their reaction to potential accident 
situations. The test was not for 
grading purposes, but to remind 
employees of the many potential 
hazards to hands and fingers, and 
to determine how well the average 
USS employee recognizes "hand- 
traps." 

The film, prcxluced by Matt Par- 
rel! Productions. Inc., of New 
York, used USS employees and 
plant and mine locations in its 
filming. In the film, employees 
were vividly reminded of "pinch- 
points" — places where hands and 
fingers can be caught between two 
objects. 

"Pinchpoints" are a part of ev- 
eryday life, the film points out. 
They are everywhere — at home, 
at play, at work — kitchen 
drawers, auto doors, machinery in 
motion. But pinchp<iints in them- 
selves are harmless. It's only when 
we get a hand or finger in a pinch- 
point that it can become a "hand- 
trap." 

The Hamllrap Test was pro- 
duced to help U.S. Steel people 
recognize pinchpoints so handtraps 
will be avoided and hands and 
fingers will be protected. S.'i prints 
of the film were used in showings 
throughout all U.S. Steel plants. • 



f\ F All the communication 
^-^ skills in the repertoire of the 
average man or woman, the one 
used most ( and paid attention to 
least ) is that of listening. The 
amount of time devoted to instruc- 
tion in the art of listening is min- 
iscule. 

An unusual motion picture, cur- 
rently available for outright print 
purchase, represents a vital step 
towards correcting the imbalance 
in favor of the eye at the expense 
of auditory sense. Are You Listen- 
ing? ( 12' ; -minutes. 16mm b&w) 
was produced by Henry Strauss & 
Co. It not only diagnoses major 
causes of the "non-listening" dis- 
ease but also provides a basis on 
which effective programs of cura- 
tive value can be developed. 
Listening Can Be Neutralized 
The films premise is that people 
are prevented from listening by 
certain emotional or intellectual 
distractions. Even the skillful lis- 
tener can fall prey to one of sev- 
eral "conditions of interference" 
in which his skill is neutralized. 

In structure as well as the na- 
ture of its subject matter. Are 
You Listening? is a very useful 
tool for business, supervisory, and 
a wide range of other group uses. 
Five dramatic "case histories" 
provide substance for effective 
and objective listening as they 
present subtle but forceful back- 
ground on what happens when 
people fail to listen. 

Show Causes of Non-Listening 
The five cases show five differ- 
ent causes of non-listening in op- 
eration. In each case the effect is 
one of dissatisfaction — no matter 
what the setting nor who the par- 
ticipants. .\ supervisor is insensi- 
tive to the feelings and opinions of 
employees. The morale in his unit 
sinks to an all-time low. In an- 
other case, a meeting is held at 
which the leader pays attention 
only to himself. Participation 
drops off to nothing. Then, we ob- 
serve an evaluation interview 
which produces nothing but ill 
will and evaluates just plain noth- 
I ing. No one is listening. 

At another interview there is 
every appearance of listening, but 
we come to realize that "listening 
is more than meets the ear". It is 
not something that takes place on 
the surface. It is. rather, some- 
thing that tKcurs deep within each 
individual giving meaning and im- 
portance to someone else. In this 
instance there is little more than 
wasted time. 

Finally, we eavesdrop on a 
situation in which a prospective 
airline passenger attempts to con- 




"Thc act of listening is one of thf "She screens out unwanted sounds; 
inoxl important of all litiman funt- fillers ami distorts, because of things 
lions anil one of the most difficult." which she doesn't want to hear." 

ARE YOU LISTENING? 

This New 12->linule Pielure ("an Help Its Viewers Improve 
Upon the Mo8t-Ur>r<l. Bailly-Neglerteci Communiralion .Skill 



vey something of his uncertainty 
to an employee of the airline. The 
point is beautifully made that lis- 
tening is not simply a matter of 
hearing what is said. Nor is it 
something that can be accom- 
plished with one-half of one's at- 
tention. We "see" listening as a 
truly full-time effort. 

Binding these separate cases 
together, providing the philosophic 
thread that makes a unified whole 
out of distinctly individual parts, 
is some exciting documentary-style 
footage of people in various atti- 
tudes of listening and not listening. 




"Wc begin life by listening. \Vc 

Iciirn to talk Inj li.steninp . . ahsorh 
ideas; grow hy listening." 

of paying close attention and of 
screening everything out, of in- 
volving themselves and of cutting 
themselves off. The scenes are apt 
visualizations of the ideas about 
listening that abound in the film's 
narration script : ideas w orth bring- 
ing to life. 

Are You Listening? was orig- 
inally produced by the Strauss or- 
ganization for Pan American 
World Airways for use in their 
Sales and Service training pro- 
grams. 
llo« Yon Can Obtain This Film 

The film is now available for 
general distribution as well. The 
purchase price of .4 re You Listen- 
ing? is SI 40 which includes a well- 



organized discussion guide, in- 
valuable for small group or class- 
room showings. Previews can be 
arranged at a cost of SI 0.00, ap- 
plicable towards purchase. Henry 
Strauss & Co., 31 West 53rd 
Street. New York City, are the 
sole distributors. • 



Seagram's Holiday Promotional 
Show Features Unusual Visuals 

Seagram-Distillers Co. demon- 
strated its Christmas and New 
Year's holiday packaging and ad- 
vertising plans during October and 
early November last fall at 32 
meetings held for the company's 
own and distributor salesmen at 
strategic locations throughout the 
country. Three traveling station- 
wagon units with Powerhouse 
slidefilm and 16mm sound motion 
picture projectors, 20-foot wide 
screen, and designed for one-man 
operation, were used to put on the 
meetings. 

Seagram wanted something spir- 
ited this year for the annual sales- 
men's show — something with fun. 
a lot of pacing, get-up-and-go sales 
excitement — but at the same 
time not taking itself tixi seriously. 

The presentation, said to be ex- 
tremely successful in pleasing its 
audience and motivating them for 
the big holiday season, combined 
motion pictures and slides on one 
wide-screen, with content material 
provided by puppets, hill-billy 
singers, pop art, Super-Salesman 
himself, a cast of 20, an original 
score and many more elements. 
Slide changes were cued to a script 
and made manually, while the 
16mm projector ran continuously. 
Both picture sources were blend- 
ed into a freshly new and smooth- 
ly integrated presentation, all put 
touether bv X'isualscopc. Inc.. New 
Y^rk. , 



17lh PRODUCTION REVIEW 



1 23 




Title frame of IBM widescreen presentation which featured the Gray Company's successful experience. 




Strong graphics combined with live photography pictured the computing speed of IBM's Ramoc 1405. 




Overlapped images created excitement, illustrated machme parts awaiting replacement in inventory. 




Above: five elements of manufacturing "loop": order, manufacturing, planning. Inventory and financial control. 
Below: complex bill of materials explosion was built up ocross the screen for easy comprehension. 




Visual Impact Helps 
Sell Data Processing , 

IBM Widescreen Pr<>j»ram 

Vt ins .\uilienoes at Exhibitiun 

Oeven Leading Manufactur- 
'--' ERS of data processing systems 
were invited by the Data Proces- 
sing Management Association to 
present case histories at their three- 
day Exhibition. The case history 
presentations were to be "side 
show" exhibits with each company 
attracting its own audience. 

This year's show was held at the 
Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago. 

IBM chose to tell the story of 
a medium-size manufacturer, the ■ 
Gray Company of Minneapolis, 
which had installed a punch card 
machine in 1952 and since then 
had expanded its system to an 
IBM System/ 360 to include vir- 
tually every phase of its manufac- 
turing operation. Its sales had more 
than tripled since 1950, and its 
work force more than doubled. It 
was a success story largely due to 
efficient systems management. It 
was a story, too, with which most 
of the DPMA membership could 
identify. 

• The Problem: To present the 
Gray Company story in a style to 
capture an audience's attention 
without distracting from the mes- 
sage itself. To bring showmanship 
to the story, but avoid the pitfall 
of over production. 

IBM wanted to present the story 
with impact and showmanship to ; 
the prospective systems buyers 
who are in strong concentration at 
the DPMA meetings. 

• The Solution: A tightly paced 
forty-five minute audiovisual pre- 
sentation using a new "overlap" 
slide and film technique developed 
by Ken Saco Associates, New 
York. With this dramatic visual 
support IBM executives who were 
intimately connected with the Gray 
story were chosen to appear as 
"live" speakers. Gray Compan\ 
executives who were involved with 
implementation and purchasing de- 
cisions were asked by IBM to ap- 
pear in the presentation in filmed 
interviews. 

The production was structured 
to tell the Gray story chronologic- 
ally, alternating problem with so- 
lution, with company reaction and 
steps toward new systems devel- 
opment. 

Working closely with IBM, who 
structured the basic story. Ken 
Saco Associates' writer Richard 
Bruner developed a script with 



BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



Ken Saco integrating visual treat- 
ment. From the resultant story- 
board emerged the style — a com- 
1 bination of live film footage and 
still photography with strong sym- 
bolic graphics. 

Working under Ken Saco As- 
sociates' supervision. IBM film and 
still photographers covered the 
Gray Company executive intcr- 
1 views and the entire manufacturing 
I operation in three days of intensive 
shooting on location in Minneapo- 
' lis. Time was a crucial factor with 
the entire production scheduled for 
a 60 day completion date. 
: Staging involved the use of two 
I podiums, one on either end of the 
i twenty-four foot wide screen. 
] Speakers appeared on alternating 
I sides. Filmed interviews were plan- 
1 ned for cross conversation between 
I live speaker and filmed speaker. 
I This required exacting scripts and 
! careful timing. 

Visuals were used to symbolize 
the progress from the beginnings 
of a system to a fully integrated 
system. Photography illustrated 
systems-in-use. Complex systems 
flow charts were boiled down and 
their essence built up step by step 
across the wide screen. 

Results: Audiences were at- 
tracted to the IBM performances 
in greater numbers than to any 
other exhibitor. .Audience reaction 
was captured through a question- 
naire distributed at the third per- 
formance. The overwhelming en- 
thusiastic responses were ample 
evidence of its effectiveness. 

So successful was the production 
that immediate plans were begun 
to translate the live performance 
into a filmed version usable by 
IBM branches over the country. 

Once again the audio-visual 
medium demonstrated its unique 
ability to attract sizeable audiences 
and communicate a complex cor- 
porate story favorably and consis- 
tent with good corporate image. • 



Cancer Society's "Crusade '67" 
Film Processed at Color Service 

j it The American Cancer So- 
ciety's Crusade '67 film is present- 
' ly being processed by Color Service 
I Company. It is scheduled for na- 
tionwide television release early 
in April. 

The half-hour color film fea- 
tures Jack Benny. Sammy Davis, 
Jr.. and Lome Greene of televi- 
sion's Bonanza. Crusade '67 was 
produced, directed and writ- 
ten by Harry Olesker of the .Amer- 
ican Cancer Society, with editing 
and color quality control by Stefan 
Bcdnariuk. • 



ONE OF THE Great scientific 
laboratories in the world. 
Brookhaven National Laboratory, 
at Upton. Long Island. New York, 
is the subject of a new film de- 
signed to explain the objectives of 
the national research center, and 
show how they are carried out a-- 
an integral part of the Atomic En- 
ergy Commission's nationwide 
program. 

Research at Brookhaven. which 
is operated for the A.E.C. by As- 
sociated Universities. Inc., (Col- 
umbia. Cornell, Harvard. Johns 
Hopkins. M.I.T.. Princeton. Penn- 
sylvania. Rochester and Yale ) en- 
compasses a broad sf>ectrum of 
the sciences. 

Nuclear Experiments Pictured 

The film. The Brookhaven 
Speclrum, produced for the Lab- 
oratory by Owen Murphy Produc- 
tions. Inc.. of New York, surveys 
some of the varied aspects of 
nuclear research and engineering 
at the Laboratory. 

Scientists and technicians are 
seen conducting experiments in 
biology, chemistry, medicine, phy- 
sics and reactor technology. The 
use and operation of such large 
and complex facilities as reactors 
and accelerators are shown in 
studying the fundamental structure 
of matter and the forces within the 
atomic nucleus. Yet in spite of 
the impressive size and complexity 
of their tools, the film concen- 
trates upon the men and women 
themselves who are the most vital 
component of any scientific in- 
vestigation. 

These .\re Research Projects 

Among the research projects re- 
viewed in the film are these: the 
presenation of perishable foods 
with high intensity radiation: the 
auto-radiography of rare oil paint- 
ings by neutron activation: studies 
with radiation on the mechanisms 
of aging: an experiment, in coop- 
eration with NASA, on the com- 
bined effects of weightlessness and 
radiation on living organisms in 
outer space: a newly developed 
treatment for leukemic patients by 
extracorporeal irradiation of the 
blood: an experiment at the .^3- 
BeV Alternating Gradiant Syn- 
chrotron resulting in the discover) 
of an important subnuclear par- 
ticle; and the use of neutron spec- 
trometers at the High Flux Beam 
Research Reactor in studying the 
structure of liquids and solids. 

In conclusion, the film suggests 
the many lines of research that lie 
ahead. While the primary aim of 
such research, basic in itself, is to 
add to man's knowledge of his 
physical world, it is eventually ap- 




Loading the face of u •iTu)ihiti reactor at Bronklnivi n \iilioual Laboratory. 

The Spectrum of Research at Brookhaven 

Nuclear Keseareh Projects, Desipnerl lo Benefit Mankind, 
('aughl \k ilh Imafiinalive Skill at a Nati«>nal Lahoralory 

plied to his benefit in a more di- 
rect sense. 

Rare Combination of Talents 

The Brookhaven Siyeclrun: 
brings viewers an impressisc 
2.''' : -minutes of beautiful color 
photography, visually enhanced b\ 
skillful use of colored lights and 
selective focus, and complemented 
by a sound track orchestrated 
from sound "themes" actually re- 
corded live at the laboratory. Paul 
Cohen, of OMP was director: 
.Alexander Scourby, the narrator: 
and Frank Lewin composed the 
sound track. 

Final distribution plans have 
not been worked out as yet. The 
film is intended for general audi- 
ences. Official previews were held 
in New York and in Washington 
late in March. Each A.E.C. film 
library will have a print, and 

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Placing a target In fore open port of 
tligh Flux Beam Reactor in a scene 
for "The Brookhaien Speclrum." 



Brookhaven. itself, will show the 
film to community groups on 
Long Island, accompanied by a 
speaker to intnxluce the picture 
and to answer audience questions. 




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12."; 



BRIEF REVIEWS OF FACTUAL PICTURES OF THE MONTH 

Useful Tra\el Tips for "People on the Go" 

TV Stations Like Program \'alues in Siiort Monsanto Film 



T N 1968, Americans will be 

packing their bags and taking 
off on travels amounting to one 
trillion miles ... 53 per cent of 
the adult population traveled 100 
miles or more from home last year 
. . . among new passport holders, 
women outnumber men — 802.- 
890 to 748,690. 

Based on statistics like these, it 
can be seen that most Americans 
are interested in travel — and that 
anything that satisfies this interest 
• — such as a film about how to 
pack a bag — should have a good 
audience. 

.Aid to Customer Relations 

The Monsanto Company, which 
supplies the plastic materials used 
in Samsonitc luggage, has recent- 
ly sponsored a short film, People 
on the Go. which demonstrates a 
number of tips on how to pack a 
bag quickly and efficiently. It is 
aimed at daytime TV audiences, 
principally of women, and is of- 
fered to television stations com- 
bined with a set of six cartoons for 
programming use, and a sheet full 
of travel statistics about which a 
whole program can be built. 

Monsanto produced the film for 
Samsonite Corporation as a good 
customer relations gesture. Not 
that Samsonite needs any help in 
the sales promotion line — the 
company is by far a leader in the 
luggage field, and is one of the in- 
dustry's most adept merchandisers. 
But public relations activity at 
Monsanto is more often in support 
of its customers than on its own 
behalf, and the People on the Go 
promotion seemed a nice thing to 
do for one of its top customers. 

.Artful Evolution of Luggage 

The film has been out only a 
few weeks, but is already achiev- 
ing wide acceptance. TV stations 
are not only using the film, but 
are building on it to set up whole 
programs based on the travel 
theme and using the statistical 
data sheet and the series of amus- 
ing cartoons about the evolution of 
luggage, drawn by Bernie Oelge. 
of Cellomatic. 

People on the Go. produced by 
Aegis Productions, Inc., of New 



York, demonstrates in a montage 
of fast takes some of the stresses 
and strains that luggage is subject 
to — moving on and off ships, 
planes, auto trunks and rooftops. 
Without plugging for any one 
brand ( oni\ one brief look at a 




Whoever called this the period 
of chivalrv? This errant knight won't 
cull help ciirnj his own bludgeon! 

Samsonite tag throughout the 
film) it shows that modern lug- 
gage should be lightweight, but 
roomy and strong. 

Packing tips include: stuffing 
things in the tips of shoes, using 
small-size containers for cosmetics, 
taking advantage of the modern 
non-wrinkling synthetic knit and 
jersey clothing. Monsanto takes no 
credit at all. except in a brief end- 
title, which many TV stations are 
apt to cut. anyway. 

But Monsanto believes that its 
indirect advantages from the film 
will lie in encouraging more use 
of strong, lightweight plastic mate- 
rials in luggage, more use of syn- 
thetic yarns in clothing, and in 
this. Monsanto can't fail to get its 
share. • 




Then came the re%olution, both in 
luggage anil higgagr-luttuUing, as 
man at last assinnes hi.',- rightful role. 



Scene in the Heading Railroads 
new picture "Your Track to Profit." 

"On-Time Delivery" Featured in 
Reading Railroad's Sales Picture 

The Reading Railroad's new 
14-minute sales film (color) tells 
the story of "personalized custom- 
er service," which the railroad fea- 
tures along with "On-Time Deliv- 
ery." These are two key precepts 
on which Reading has prided itself 
for many years. 

Singled out for special attention 
in Your Track to Profit, produced 
by Mutschmann Films. Frazer, Pa., 
are such new technical develop- 
ments as TRACE, the recently- 
installed "real-time" computer sys- 
tem: Reading's marine terminal at 
Port Richmond, Philadelphia; the 
company's rapidly growing con- 
tainer service; and "Bee-Line" 
service, now offering fast dock-to- 
dock delivery to on-line customers 
who ship a minimum of five cars. 
The "Bee-Line" trains by-pass ter- 
minal delays completely, with one 
crew handling switching at both 
ends as well as road service en 
route, making possible delivery to 
on-line points in hours instead of 
days. 

Provided in 16ram format for 
screening before large groups, or in 
a self-contained 8mm version in a 
desk-top projector, Your Track to 
Profit is being shown by Reading 

Pre^icwe^s: Roderick Crahb, direc- 
tor of public relatioiu at the Read- 
ing Railroad (left) pictured at pre- 
view of "Your Track to Profit" icith 
producer Bill Mutschmann, presi- 
dent of Frazer, Pa. film coinpamj. 



spokesmen to the railroad's cuv- 
tomcrs and likely prospects for il^ 
services. 

The firm's concluding line ■ 
narration, as a switch signal turn 
from red to green, is direct and i 
the point: "Our salesman is m 
your office right now, why not give 
him the "go" signal?" • 

* * * 

"Symmetry" a Ballet-on-Film 
Helps Teaching of College Physics 

An op-art ballet-on-film is the 
latest in the series of motion pic- 
ture sponsored by the National 
Science Foundation, and designed 
for teaching purposes in freshman 
and sophomore college physics. 

Symmetry, designed and di- 
rected by the noted animator, 
Philip Stapp. structurally follows 
precise mathematical laws of sym- 
metry in a two-dimensional plane. 
Mr. Stapp explained at a recent 
preview in New York's Museum of 
Modern Art, "It is not a film 
about science, but a film which de- 
velops according to specific scienti- 



A PREVIEW OF EDITORIAL FEATURES FOR THESE PAGES 

■sV Features to appear in subsequent issues include a pictorial report 
on audiovisual facilities at Douglas Aircraft; a "behind-the-scenes" 
analysis of modern data processing now used in film distribution: a sec- 
tion on Expo 67: the Index of Sponsored Films (reviewed in 1966). 





The letter S /la? an axis of two-fold 
sijinmelnj. perpendicular to it — and 
passing through its center. 

fie laws in the manner in which a 
sonnet, or haiku, determines poetic 
form." 

Symmetry was made at Sturgis- 
Grant Productions. Inc.. in New 
York, over an 18-month period in 
collaboration with three physicists 
— Alan Holden of the Bel'l Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Judith Breg- 
man of the Brooklyn Polytechnic 
Institute, and Richard Davisson of 
the University of Washington. The 
music for the film was composed 
by Gene Forrell. 

Philip Stapp, a painter as well 
as film-maker, has exhibited his 
works in several New York mus- 
eums. He has directed animation 
films for the Marshall Plan in 
Paris, and has received awards at 
film festivals in Brussels, New- 
York, San Francisco and Venice. 

In addition to its primary use in 
phvsics' instruction, the 10-min- 
ute color film has also excited in- 
terest among art, music and design 
teachers, as well as among theat- 
rical distributors. • 



126 



BUSINESS SCREEN 



1967 



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The Kodak CAROUstu AV-900 Projector rolls olT your slide 
presentation smoothly without getting in your way. 

It's jamproof on remote control, jamproof on manual. 
jamproof even when completely unallended on automatic 
slide changing at 5-. 8-. or I .S-sccond intervals. 

But now suppose you want to dazzle \our audience. You 
can add monaural or stereo taped sound synchronized to 
slides. For unattended showings, too. if you want it that way. 

Or how about the professional touch of one slide fading 
or lap dissolving into the next slide— dramatizing progression, 
or just to add impressive elTecl? Also, with synchronized 
sound and unattended performance if you like. 

You can even razzle-dazzle vour audience with slides that 



show simulated motion— actually demonstrate flow paths, 
directional change, progressive and regressive action. Kodak's 
new Carousel Motion Adapter and specially prepared slides 
make it happen. 

Lenses.' There's a size for room or hall, including zoom. 

Why go into another presentation without the KoD\K 
Carol'sei ' System pulling for you. 

To sec one. call your Kodak Educational 
Markets dealer. Or write for hookletVI-IO 
and read about the great showman you 
can be. 

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Change Reshapes Today's Drug Store Market 



"TV RUG Nkws Weekly has gath- 
■'-' ered together comprehensive 
data about the drug store market, 
and presents it in a sound slide- 
film. The Changing Drug Store 
Market. 

The new fihii, produced by 
Rossmore Productions, of New 
York, points out that the market 
is moving in three major direc- 
tions: ( 1 ) towards the predomin- 
ance of the larger stores — those 
doing at least $200,000 annual 
volume and over; (2) towards 
growing complexity — greater 
numbers of departments and prod- 
ucts served by many more dis- 
tributors; and (3) towards vastly 
greater competition, particularly 
by supermarkets and their subsi- 
diaries. 

These three significant changes 
in the market are reshaping all 
drug merchandising, the film 
states. 

Drug News Weekly, a Fairchild 
Publication with 40 news bureaus 
in the U.S. and abroad, provides 
news and ideas that can be effec- 
tively used by key accounts. It has 
41,000 paid subscribers in an in- 
dustry saturated with free journals. 

The films says that "any pub- 
lisher can address a publication to 
any person, title, or company — 
but only the individual at the re- 
ceiving end can address himself to 
reading the publication and, by so 
doing, close the communications 
loop. Reading is a unilateral deci- 
sion." 

The magazine presents new evi- 
dence of its leadership and effec- 
tiveness in a survey which shows 
that its readers are key people in 
key accounts responsible for most 
of the purchasing in these stores. 

The film is being used in desk- 
top showings for agency and ad- 
vertising managers with LaBelle 
Courier battery-powered sound 
slidefilm projectors. According to 
DNW advertising manager Louis 
D. Bailey, the reaction to the film 
has been uniformly good. • 

* * :■;: 

Magazine's "Farm Progress Show" 
Dramatic Subject of Color Film 

■m Farmer City, Illinois was well- 
named for the site of the 14th an- 
nual Farm Progress Show put on 
by the editors of Prairie Farmer 
magazine, hosts of this exciting 
Midwest exposition of farm equip- 
ment and products. Converting the 
nearby Simpson-Otto farm to a 
fairgrounds and using its fields for 
demonstration, the publication 
drew 28.*^. 000 farmers to the three- 




Drug News \\eekly i.v in a class by 
itself in the driifi inilti.\try as a use- 
ful and wanted news publication. , 

day show; the middle day alone 
saw 135,000 visitors on the 50- 
acre exhibit field. And on that day, 
American farmers landed 430 air- 
planes on an adjacent strip. 

Leading manufacturers of near- 
ly every line of farm machinery, 
plant foods, fertilizer and farm 
home products jammed the show 
area for what the editors say was 
"the biggest participation in the 
history of an Illinois farm show." 

But you'll have to see the color 
film report. Farm Progress Show. 
produced by Jack Lieb Produc- 
tions of Chicago, to really grasp 
the excitement of the event! From 
the air and on the ground. Lieb 
camera crews brought together a 
picture that would stir tremendous 
interest in many lands abroad. 
Practical field demonstrations of 
plowing and planting methods; a 
women's home show, weed con- 
trol methods, etc. are all there. The 
concentrated interest of these 
thousands of working farmers in 
machines at work is a highlight in 
the film. The Farm Progress Show- 
merits a special feature in an early 
issue of Business Screen as one 
of the most successful industry 
promotions in years. • 

"Farm Progres.s Show" is pictnrid 
uilh fish-ctjc Irns ouncd Inj the 
producer of Prairie Farmer film. 
Jack Lieb Production.^! of Chicago. 

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128 



BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



10 Million View Bureau of Mines Pictures 



p URING 

million 



1966, more than 10 
Americans saw mo- 
I tion pictures circulated by the Bu- 
reau of Mines. U.S. Department 
of Interior. The films depicted the 
, conservation and development of 
I the nation's mineral resources. 
I Showings of these films, which 
are sponsored by private industry 
and distributed by the Bureau on 
'a free loan basis, totaled almost 
j 195,000 last year. 8.500.000 view- 
lers saw them "live'" in various 
I group, club and school audiences 
and another two million watched 
'them on public-service and com- 
|mercial telecasts. 

The 10 most popular films cir- 
[culated by the Bureau during 1966 
iand the numbers of times each was 
shown, were as follows: Copper, 
the Ohlesl Modern Melal ( 14.394 
! showings ) ; Calijornia and Its Nat- 
ural Resources (13,815); The 
Petrified River ( The Story of Ura- 
nium ) (12.855); Alaska and Its 
Natural Resources ( 1 1 .646 ) ; The 
Manic of Sulphur ( 1 1 .340 ) ; Wash- 
ington and lis Natural Resources 
(10,515); Arizona and Its Natur- 
al Resources ( 10.017); The Story 
of the Modern Storage Battery 
(8.446 ) ; Lead. From Mine to Met- 
al ( 7.677 ) ; and The Drama of 
Steel (6.422). 

Bureau motion pictures on cop- 
per and uranium surpassed their 
own previous showing records, as 
did four other films covering cast 
iron, phosphorus, synthetic rubber 
and asbestos. Three new films ivere 
placed in circulation in 1966; He- 
lium. Aluminum. Melal of Many 
Faces, and Arizona and Its Na- 
tural Resources, an entirely new 
version of this perennial favorite. 
Industrial sponsors pay all costs 
of producing these films and sup- 
ply the Bureau's library with prints 
for distribution, on request, to 
schools, colleges, universities, busi- 
ness organizations, scientific and 
technical societies and similar 




groups. All films are available in 
16mm sound and nearly all are in 

color. • 

* * * 

"The Mayflower Story" Reaches 
100 Million Audience in Decade 

V Certified figures from Modern 
Talking Picture Service. Inc. show 
that the motion picture. The May- 
flower Story, has been seen by 
more than 100 million persons. 
The picture is sponsored by the 
Aero Mayflower Transit Company, 
of Indianapolis, and has reached 
a total audience of 101.275.859 
during the past nine and one-half 
years since it was released. 

In heavier demand now than 
when first released. The Mayflower 
Story is a 25-minute documentary 
which re-creates the historic Pil- 
grim voyage. According to John 
Sloan Smith, president of Aero 
Mayflower, heaviest demand has 
been from schools, civic organiza- 
tions and other groups. It has been 
seen by millions via public-service 
television showings. 

Aero Mayflower sponsored the 
film as a result of its participation 
in the re-creation of the Pilgrim's 
voyage which took place in 1957 
when an intrepid group of British 
sailors brought the Mayflower II 
to America. The long-distance 
moving company handled delivery 
of the cargo chests of gifts brought 
over on the replica ship and pre- 
sented to governors of 48 states. 

At present. Aero Mayflower has 
some 300 prints of the picture in 
group distribution; another 50 
prints are being used at Skyport 
Theaters and for resort showings 
by Modern. 35 short versions of the 
film are used to meet television sta- 
tion requests. The film is one of 
the most popular educational pro- 
ductions of all time and demand 
continues unabated after 10 years 

in the field. • 

* • • 

American Cancer Society Shows 
"Time for Decision" to Leaders 

■ft- Major areas of progress in can- 
cer control, cited in the annual re- 
port of the American Cancer So- 
ciety which was released in Febru- 
ary, are being made through ex- 
tensive use of films for professional 
education. According to the report, 
"the ScK-iety has established the 
most extensive film program ever 
undertaken by a voluntary agency." 
Cancer Society films, directed to 
medical and allied professional 
groups, deal with such subjects as 
Oral Cancer. Nursing Management 

(CdNtlNlKD ON PAGE 213) 



Keys to Film Results 

A Preface to the Producer Listing Pages 

fyHE Buyer of Films and related audiovisual production serv- 
-*■ ices can turn to the following 65 pages of detailed listings 
of active, experienced and specializing producers with confi- 
dence that the Editors of this 17th Annual Production Review- 
have again provided the most complete and dependable source 
of such reference data available anywhere in the world. 

With no emphasis upon mere numbers of such listings but 
rather upon the quality and depth of information needed for 
guidance of the buyer, we have compiled countless thousands 
of lines that reveal essential facts about 402 production com- 
panies in the United States and Canada and more than 60 other 
producers in overseas countries around the world. 

These are, beyond any question, the vast majority of the 
firms qualified to provide film/tape services needed by the 
business, industrial, trade group and government buyer here 
and abroad. With no payment accepted and reserving the right 
to reject any listing which does not meet our standards for ac- 
curacy and completeness of reference data, the Editors of 
Business Screi;n have put quality of information above 
sheer names-in-quaniily. The key to the value of these listings 
is in the data freely provided on recent films and sponsor ac- 
tivity, as well as facts about facilities and personnel. 

In this 28th year of this publication, we bring readers the 
names and titles of 1.842 key men and women within the listed 
companies. Including overseas studios, the total of such per- 
sonnel holding key positions is well over 2.100! 

Titles and sponsors, including agencies involved in T\' com- 
mercials, are given for 1,978 motion pictures created within U.S. 
and Canadian companies and an additional 332 motion picture 
credits were submitted by overseas producers. Slidefilms, live 
shows and other audiovisual media given in reference by U.S. 
and Canadian producers totaled 669; there were 35 such ref- 
erences from companies abroad. 

And behind these statistics is the more important evidence 
that these were certainly among the most widely-shown films in 
1966, accounting for countless thousands of prints needed to 
reach the millions of viewers in the U.S. and abroad for whom 
they were created. The \ast majority of the prints now in use 
for such pictures are in color; they range in dimension from 
8mm to 70mm widescreen subjects. 

The pictures submitted as credits also clearly accounted for 
the largest number of film awards honors given in national and 
international competition this past year. That impressive fad 
must, however, be .secondary to their real objective: helping 
industry, trade groups and government to improve training and 
education, to deliver ideas and information needed throughout 
the world and to reach within the hearts and minds of viewers 
as only a great film can! 

Let us note that new companies are permitted a single listing 
in these pages without submitting credits. A few other listings 
were accepted without the minimum number of five motion 
picture, slidefilm or commercial credits when the applicant 
showed that an extensive project had iKCupied most of his 
preceding year's time and labor. No well-known producer was 
e.xcluded when adequate explanation was given. Specialists in 
the field of television commercial work are also clearly identi- 
fied with credits showing the nature of their activity in that field. 

Kortified by nearly three decades of experience in serving 
the field of factual film production, we have done our best to 
provide complete and error-less data in these pages. Inevitable, 
it seems, are the gremlins of error and omission. They will be 
promptly corrected in our First Review Supplement — OHC 



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ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO PRODUCER LISTINGS 



UNITED STATES 

Producers Page No. 

A C I Prodiiclions 135 

A V Corporation 17S 

Academy Film Productions, Inc 165 

Academy-McLarty Productions, Inc 151 

Admasler Prints, Inc 135 

Aegis Productions, Inc 135 

Allegro Film Productions 135 

All Star Film Production 185 

Allschul, Gilbert Productions, Inc 165 

American Diversified Services 160 

American Film Productions, Inc 136 

Anderson. Jack, Productions 172 

Animated Productions, Inc 136 

Animatic Productions, Ltd 136 

Animation .Arts Associates. Inc 155 

Animators. The 156 

Applied Concepts. Inc 136 

Ascon Corporation 179 

Associated Film Consaltants, Inc 136 

Astra Films. Inc 153 

Audio Productions, Inc 136 

Audio-Visual Consultants 176 

B F B Productions. Inc 137 

Barhre Productions. Inc 175 

Barton. Film Company. The 158 

Bay State Film Productions, Inc 133 

Beck. John. Associates Inc 152 

Becker, IVIarvin, Films 177 

Becker-GoessI, Inc 1 65 

Bovey. Martin, Productions. Inc 133 

Branshy. John. Productions. Ltd 137 

Brav Studios. Inc 137 

Bukar & Larisch. Inc 137 

Cadwell Productions. Inc 160 

Calvin-DeFrenes Corporation 155 

Calvin Productions, Inc 172 

Camau Productions, Inc 179 

Cameras International Productions 165 

Cameron Film Productions Co 185 

Campbell Films 135 

Campbell. John. Films 133 

Campus Film Productions. Inc 137 

Canyon Films of Arizona 173 

Capital Film Services, Inc 163 

Carlocke. Langden 1 74 

Cavalcade Productions. Inc 165 

Centron Corporation, Inc 170 

Chapman 5 Productions, Inc 179 

Chapman-Spittler Productions, Inc 172 

Charles. Henry. Motion Picture Studios . . 152 

Chenoweth, R.B.. Films 179 

Chicago Film Laboratory, Inc 165 

Christensen, Ray J., Film Associates, Inc. . 173 

Chronicle Productions 137 

Cinecraft. Inc 164 

Cinemakers, Inc 137 

Cine-Pic Hawaii 186 

Cine-View. Inc 179 

City Film Center. Inc 137 

Clifton Productions. Inc 138 

Close Productions 158 

Colbum. John. Associates. Inc 165 

Coleman Meyer. Inc 138 

Coleman Productions, Inc 138 

Colonial Films. Inc 159 

Commercial Productions, Inc 185 

Communication Films 177 

Condor Productions. Inc 172 

Contempo Productions. Inc 138 

Continental Film Productions. Corp 160 

Corwin. Raymond. Productions. Inc 138 

Copley Productions 178 

Copri International Films. Inc 157 

Cornell Visual Aids Company 156 



Producers Page No. 

Countryman-Klang. Inc 171 

Craig. Walter S.. Film Productions 173 

Craven. Thomas. Film Corporation 138 

Creative Arts Studio, Inc 153 

Creative Communications, Inc 166 

Crowe. Gordon. Productions. Inc 138 

Custom Films. Incorporated 133 

Cygnet-LPA. Inc 138 

Daggett, Avalon, Productions 160 

Darron Associates, Inc 185 

Data/Films 179 

Davidson Films 177 

Dawson. Larry, Productions 177 

Dekko Film Productions, Inc 134 

Depicto Films Corporation 138 

Derujinsky Studio, Inc 139 

D4 Studios, Inc 1 34 

Dimension Films 179 

Ditzel, William, Productions 164 

Dolphin Productions, Inc 139 

Donovan, Kevin Films 133 

Doric Productions 166 

Douglas Film Industries, Inc 166 

Douglas, Neil. Productions 161 

Dudley Productions. Ltd 180 

Dunn, Cal, Studios, Inc 166 

Dynamic Films, Inc 139 

East West Films. Inc 139 

Ediin Film Productions. Inc 173 

Edson. Franz. Productions 139 

Educational Film Productions 153 

Elektra Film Productions. Inc 139 

Elms, Charles. Productions. Inc 139 

EMC Corporation 180 

Empire Films Corporation 186 

Empire Photosound. Inc 171 

Esprit Productions 139 

Faber. Marshall L., Productions 176 

Farrell, Matt, Productions, Inc 140 

F. B. N. Films 161 

Feld. William. Productions 152 

Feil, Edward Productions 164 

Fidelity Film Productions 174 

Filmaek Studios 166 

Film Enterprises, Inc 140 

Filmex, Inc 140 

Filmfair ] 80 

Filmfair, Inc 1 40 

Film Graphics, Inc 140 

Film Motivators, Inc 166 

Film Services. Inc 171 

Films For Industry. Inc 177 

Films West, Inc 185 

Fine Arts Productions. Inc 180 

Finley, Stuart, Inc 153 

Fiore Films 153 

Fisher, Robert, Productions 161 

Flagg Films, Inc 180 

Fleming, Rex. Productions 179 

Florez Incorporated 161 

F M Productions 1 80 

Focus Presentations, Inc 198 

Fordel Films. Inc 140 

Format Productions, Inc 180 

Foster Films. Inc 140 

Foto Fonic Sales & Productions 173 

Fotovox, Inc 161 

EPS Productions. Inc 140 

Eraser Productions 177 

NOTE: Bold-face listings denote display ad- 
\ ertising of producers in this issue. See Index 
to Advertisers on final page of this Review. 



Producers Page No 

Frechette. Fred L., Motion Picture 

Productions 15; 

Fried. Si, Production, Inc 14' 

Galbreath, Richard, Inc 16: 

Gemini Films, Inc 14 

General Pictures Corp l( 

George, Doug, Associates 18( 

Gerald Productions, Inc 14' 

Glenn, Jack, Inc 14; 

Goldberger, Edw. H., Productions 17; 

Goldsholl, Morton, Design Associates, Inc. 16t 

Goodway Printing Co 15! 

Gotham Film Productions, Inc 14] 

Grandey. Roy. Productions 17' 

Graphic Films Corporation IS 

Graphic House 13.' 

Gregg. Henry. Inc 15l 

Guggenheim Productions, Inc 15; 

Hallmark Films and Recordings, Inc. ... 15' 

Handy, Jam. Organization, Inc., The .... 161 

Hankinson Studio. Inc 14! 

Hanna-Barbera Productions 18! 

Hans. Charles, Film Productions, Inc. ... 14 

Hardcastle Film Associates 17; 

Harris-Tuchman Productions. Inc 18: 

Hartley Productions, Inc 14 

Harvest Films, Inc 14' 

Haverland Film Productions Ltd 14; 

Haycox Photoramic, Inc 15! 

Henderson, Bucknum & Co 17f 

Henkin-Faillace Productions, Inc 14; 

Hennessy, John J., Motion Pictures 18! 

Henning & Cheadle, Inc 16; 

Hess, Dan, Productions 14; 

Hicks. Robert Bruce & Associates 16; 

Holland-Wegman Productions, Inc 15; 

Hollywood Animators If 

Horizon Productions 17; 

Hotchkiss. Tom, Productions 181 

Huber, Louis R.. Productions 18 

Humphrey, Williamson & Gibson, Inc. ... 17' 

Imagination. Inc 17; 

Independent Productions. Inc 161 

Industrial Motion Pictures, Inc 16' 

Institute of Visual Communication, Inc. . . 14i 

Instructional Arts. Inc 16; 

Interlock Productions. Inc 16; 

JPI Denver 17( 

Jamieson Film Company 17i 

Jenkyns. Shean & Elliot. Inc 18' 

Johnston. Hugh & Suzanne, Inc 15! 

K & S Films. Inc 16: 

Karas. Jonathan & Associates 13' 

Kayfetz. Victor. Productions. Inc 14; 

Keith. Allan, Productions, Inc 14; 

Keitz & Herndon, Inc 17' 

Kellock Productions, Inc 16' 

Kerkow, Herbert, Inc 14; 

Kim, Paul. & Gifford, Lew Productions. 

Inc 14; 

Kirshner Wm. N.. & Companv. Inc 16' 

Klein. Walter J.. Co.. Ltd. . . '. 16( 

Knickerbocker Productions, Inc 14; 

Lance Productions. Inc 14! 

Lance Studios 14j 

Lane. .Anthony, Film Studios, Inc 17: 

La Rue, Mervin W., Inc 16' 

Lasky Film Productions, Inc 16: 

Laurence .Associates. Inc 13' 

Lewis Studios. Inc 15; 

Lieb, Jack, Productions 16' 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 




Ge()^ra|)hiccil Index to Pi\)(liioers 



A Reference Listing of Established 
Business & Television Film/Tope Producers 
in the United States, Canada and Abroad 



NEW ENGLAND STATES 

Connecticut, Mossachusetts, Rhode Islond, Vermont 

METROPOLITAN NEW YORK CITY 

Producer listinfjs begin on page 135, through page 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC STATES 

New York State, New Jerjey, District of Colombio 
AAaryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania 

SOUTHEASTERN REGION 

Alabama, Florida, Puerto Rico and Georgia 
Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, Tennessee 

EAST CENTRAL STATES 

Indiano, Michigan and Metropoliton Detroit Areo 
Ohio, Metropolitan Cincinnati and Cleveland Areas 

ILLINOIS: METROPOLITAN CHICAGO 

Producer listings begin on page 165, through page 

WEST CENTRAL STATES 

Kansas, AAinnesota, Missouri 
Nebraska, North Dakota, Wisconsin 



133-135 



151 



151-154 
154-157 



157- 159 
159-161 



161-163 
163-164 



170 



170-172 
172 173 



SOUTHWESTERN STATES 

Arizono, Oklahoma, Texos 'DoHos and Houstom 173-175 

MOUNTAIN STATES 

Colorado and Metropoliton Denver 175-176 

PACIFIC WEST COAST: CALIFORNIA 

Son Francisco Boy Areo. Sonto Borboro Son Diego 176-179 

METROPOLITAN LOS ANGELES 

Producer listirtgs begin on page 179, through page 184 

PACIFIC NORTHWEST & HAWAII 

Oregon, Woshington and Howaii 185-186 

BUSINESS SCREEN INTERNATIONAL 

Conodo: Alberto through Soskotchewon Provinces 186-188 

AAexico and Latin- American Film Producers 18v 
European Producers: Belgium, Englond, Franca. Germony 169-192 

Holland, Denmark, Scondinovio, Italy, Yugotlovio 193-195 

Middle-East, Africa and For East: Turkey South Africa, India 

Malaysia. Hong Kong. Jopon ond Australio 195-196 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO PRODUCER LISTINGS 



Producers 



Page No. Priidiiccrs 



Paac No. 



Producers 



Page No. 



Lodge, Arthur Productions. Inc 143 

Logos Ltd 1 54 

Lopalin. Ralph Productions, Inc 156 

Lori Productions. Inc 182 

Lou Lilly Productions 181 

Love. James Productions. Inc 143 

Low and .Associates. Inc 171 

Luniar Film Productions. Inc 182 

Lux-Brill Productions. Inc 143 

MPO Productions, Inc 144 

M R C Films 143 

McGinnis Film Productions 161 

McHugh. Fenton. Productions. Inc 16S 

Madison. Larry Productions. Inc 143 

Magna Film Productions. Inc 134 

Mantell. Harold. Inc 198 

Marathon International Productions. Inc. . 143 

Mastercralt Telefilms 157 

Master Motion Picture Co 1 34 

Mattco .Associates. Inc 167 

Matthews. William W. & Company, Inc. . . 156 

Maysles Films. Inc 143 

Meiendez. Bill. Productions, Inc 182 

Mendelson. Lee. Film Productions, Inc. . . 178 

Mercury Newsftlm. Inc 144 

Metro-Goldwyn. Mayer. Inc 182 

Metrovision. Inc 144 

Milner-Fenwick, Inc 155 

Mode-.Art Pictures. Inc 157 

Mokin. Arthur. Productions. Inc 144 

Monumental Films & Recordings. Inc. ... 155 

Morgan, Byron, Associates, Inc 154 

Morrison. .Arnold. Ltd 144 

Moss Communications. Inc 144 

Motion Picture Service Co 178 

Muller. Jordan & Herrick. Inc 145 

Mundell. Jeff. Productions 174 

Munk. Burt, it Company 168 

Murphy, Owen, Productions 145 

Mutschmann Films 156 

NFL Films, Inc 156 

National Television News, Inc 162 

Nestingen Films 145 

Nlles. Fred A., Communications Centers, 

Inc 168 

Nolan. Roy. Productions 178 

Northwestern. Inc 185 

Norwood Studios. Inc 154 

Nowak. Aniram Associates. Inc 145 

O'Connor. Walter G., Company 157 

Pace Productions 145 

Pace Productions. Inc 1 82 

Palmer. Alfred T.. Productions. Inc 178 

Panel Film Productions. Inc 145 

Paragon Productions 154 

Parthenon Pictures 182 

Parthenon-Reel/ 3 182 

Peckham Productions, Inc 145 

Pelican Films, Inc 145 

Pictures for Business 182 

Picture House 146 

PGL Productions. Inc 146 

Pilot Productions, Ine 168 

Pinnn Productions 168 

Pittaro Productions. Inc 146 

Place for Film Making. Inc.. The 146 

Playhouse Pictures 183 

Port-A-Films Presentations, Inc 146 

Portaf ilms 163 

Producing Artists, Inc 146 

Production Center, Inc 146 

Provence Productions, Inc 159 

Quartet Films, Inc 183 

RMA, Inc 146 



Kagsdale, Carl. Associates, Inc 146 

Rampart Studios 183 

Rarig's, Inc 186 

Ray, Reid H., Film Industries, Inc 171 

Read. Brooks & Associates. Inc 160 

Reed. Roland. Productions, Inc 183 

Regan Productions. Inc 162 

Reeder Productions. Inc 160 

Reela Films, Inc 157 

Richie. Rohert Yarnall. Productions, Inc. . 146 

Riviera Productions 183 

Rocket Pictures, Inc 183 

Rockett, F.K.. Productions. Inc 183 

Rolab Studios & Laboratories 133 

Rose-Magwood Productions. Inc 147 

Rossmore Productions &. Selling Methods, 

Inc 147 

Roy. Ross. Inc 162 

Rusten Film Associates. Inc 172 

Saco. Ken. Associates. Inc 147 

Sandak-Color Illustrations, Inc 147 

Sarra-Chicago. Inc 169 

Schulman. Samuel, I... Productions, Inc. . 153 

Schwartz. Lew Del Sol. Inc 147 

Schwarz. Mickey Productions. Inc 147 

Screen Presentations, Inc 154 

Screen Projects. Inc 147 

Sebastian Film Productions 175 

Seneca Productions. Inc 147 

Show Associates. Inc 147 

Skyline Films. Inc 147 

Smith. Fletcher. Studios, Inc 158 

Snyder. Bill. Fi'ms 173 

Soilys. Richard J.. Productions 183 

Sonochrome Pictures. Inc 176 

Soundac Color Productions, Inc 158 

Soundfilm, Inc 183 

Sportlite Films 169 

S. P. I. Television Center 178 

Spottswood Studios 1 57 

Spur Productions. Inc 169 

Stark-Films. Inc 198 

Stew art. Ray. Film Productions 157 

Stokes. Bill. Associates, Inc 174 

Strauss, Henry & Company, Inc 148 

Sturgis-Grant Productions, Inc 148 

Summit Films. Inc 176 

Sun Dial Films, Inc 148 

Sutherland. John, Productions, Inc 184 

Swain, Hack, Productions, Inc 158 

Swanson Productions 173 

Swartout Enterprises 173 

TMI Productions. Inc 148 

T R Productions. Inc 134 

Take Ten. Incorporated 169 

Technical Communications. Inc 184 

Tel-Air Interests. Inc 158 

Telecine Film Studios, Inc 169 

Telle Incorporated 148 

Tilton. Roger, Films. Inc 179 

Time-Life 8 Film Productions 163 

Tobin International Productions. Inc. ... 152 

Tomlin Film Productions 149 

Touchstone Productions 158 

Training Films. Inc 149 

Trans- World Productions, Inc 169 

Tree. Joshua Productions, Inc 149 

Trinity Pictures 175 

T V Graphics, Inc 149 

NOTE: Bold-face listings denote display ad- 
vertising of producers in this issue. See Index 
to Advertisers on final page of this Review. 



United States Productions, Inc 149 

University Films, Inc 149 

Uric. John. & .Associates 184 

I'shijima, Henry, Films, Inc 169 

Van Praag Produclion.s, Inc 149 

Vavin. Inc 150 

Video Films. Inc 163 

Videotape Productions of New York, Inc. . 150 

Vision Associates, Inc 150 

Vista Productions. Inc 1 78 

Visual Methods. Inc 164 

Visual Presentations. Inc 175 

Visualscope, Inc 150 

Visual Techniques. Inc 164 

Vogue Film Productions, Inc 159 

V P I Productions, Inc 150 

W C D. Incorporated 151 

Wade. Roger, Productions. Inc 150 

Warner. Robert. Productions 150 

Warner. Jerry & .Associates 1 84 

Watson Film Productions 135 

Wexler Film Productions, Inc 184 

Widescreen Films Ltd 170 

Wilding, Incorporated 170 

Willard, Frank, Productions 159 

Willard Pictures, Inc 151 

Winik Films Corporation 151 

Wolper Productions, Inc 151 

Wonderland Productions 184 

Worcester Film Corporation 135 

Youth Concepts. Inc 151 

Zapel Studios. Inc 170 

Z«eibel Seymour, Productions, Inc 151 

PUERTO RICO 

Delta Films International, Inc 159 

Viguie Film Productions, Inc 159 

CANADA 

Academy TV Film Productions of Canada . 187 

Bird Films Limited 188 

Canawest Master Films Ltd 186 

Chetwynd Films, Ltd 187 

Chisholm. Jack. Film Productions, Ltd. . . 187 

Crawley Films Ltd 186 

Film Art Corporation, Ltd 187 

Gilbert Film Productions. Ltd 187 

Graphic Films Limited 187 

Lawrence. Robert, Productions (Canada) 

Ltd 187 

1 esser Studio Limited 187 

Mc\er. Robert J. Productions 188 

Moreland-Latchford Productions. Ltd. ... 188 

Motion Picture Centre Limited 188 

Parry. Lew. Film Productions, Ltd 198 

Peterson Productions Ltd 188 

Thatcher Film Productions 188 

Western Films Limited 1 86 

Westminster Films, Ltd 188 

INTERNATIONAL 

Mexico and Latin .America 189 

European Producers: Belgium and 

England 189-192 

France. Germany and Holland 192-194 

Denmark. Norwav. Sweden. Italv and 

Yugoslavia . . . '. .' 194-195 

Turkey. South Africa. India. Hongkong. 

Malaysia. Japan and Australia 195-198 



132 



BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



CONNECTICUT 

KEVIN DONOVAN FILMS 
44 Treal Road, Glastonbury, Connecticut 
Phone: (203) 633-9331 

Date of Organization: 1953 

Branch: 15 West 44th St., New York 10036 
Phone: (212) YU 6-6049 

Kevin Donovan, Owner 
Services: Motion pictures exclusively — public re- 
lations, industrial and medical films. FACii.rTi£s: 
Aniflex cameras (Models S, BL), Kagra, Magna- 
sync sound equipment; studio and portable light- 
ing, editing equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Dark Is the Nielit (Public 
Service of Indiana); Irtjection Techniques for 
Some Common Foot Disorders (Schering Corp.); 
Progress in Connectictit (Stone & Webster); The 
Better Way (Northeast Utihties). 

JOHN CAMPBELL FILMS, INC. 

Box 3443, Greenwich, Conn. 

Phone: (203) 322-3443 

Date of Incorporation: 1960 

lohn Campbell, President, Executive Producer 

G\Tieth R. Campbell, Vice-President 

Ve Velsor, Office Manager 

Gar>' O. Hampton, Production Assistant 
Services: Script to screen; public relations, busi- 
ness, training films. Faciijties: Studio and sound 
recording on lease basis. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion PicrnREs: Litter-hj Speaking (N.Y. State 
Dept of Public Works); Lasting Impact (Self- 
sponsored). 

ROLAB STUDIOS & LABORATORIES 
Walnut Tree Hill, Sandy Hook, Conn. 06482 
Phone: (203) 426-2466 

Date of Organization in New York Cit)-: 1928; 
in Connecticut: 1934 

Henry Roger, Owner-Director 

E. H. Roger, Secretary 
Services: Complete and partial productions, as- 
sistance to other producers utilizing our facili- 
ties; camera and sound; sound stage for rent; 
specialists in highly technical and scientific cam- 
era work. Facilities: Modem studio with light- 
ing equipment; preview room; 25 cameras, 35mm; 
16mm, still 18mm/24mm to 8" x 10"; complete 
lab for micro-macro-time-lapse; optical benches; 
biological, medical, physical, chemical research; 
optical electrical motion picture engineering; 
manufacturer of instruments for time-lapse, spe- 
cial cameras and devices, developments. Com- 
plete facilities for mass production of filmstrips. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion PicrruHEs: The Making of Pencils (Eagle 
Pencil Co.); Dissolving Experiments {]. Walter 
Thompson Co. ) ; Sound Stage Demonstrations 
(McLaughlin Research Com.). Filmstrips: 
t4easuring & Testing Chisels; Handsaws for 
Woodworking (Stanley Works). Photo and Cine- 
Micrography for New England Industries. 

CUSTOM FILMS, INC. 

11 Cob Drive, Wcstport, Conn. 06880 

Phones: (203) 226-0300 

Date of Incorporation: 1963 

Lester S. Becker, President 
Services: 16mm and 35mm motion pictures for 
business, industry, sports. FACiLrriE.s: editing 
rooms; equipment for location pliotograpliy. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Safely Is Everybody's Busi- 
ness; Stock Car Racing's Greatest Cliallcngc 
(Grev Rock Division, U.S. .\sbestos); The Seven- 
teenth Southern 500 (Southern 500 Film Corpo- 
ration). Pboductio.v Services for Falstaff Beer; 
Gabriel Division, .Maremont Marketing, Inc! 



MASSACHUSETTS 



BAY STATE FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
35 Springfield St., Agawam (Springfield), 

Massachusetts 01107 
Phones: (413) 734-3164-5; 734-6189 
Date of Organization; 1943 
Branch: 80 Bovlston St., Boston, Mass. Phone: 
(617) 426-8904 Lowell F. Wentworth, Vice- 
President in charge. 
Morton H. Read, President 
David D. Doyle, Exec. Vice-President 
Harold O. Stanton, Vice-President 
Francis N. Letendre, Vice-President 
Lowell F. \Ventworth, Vice-President — Boston 
.\. Herbert Wells, Treasurer 
Harold M. Fischer, Vicv-Prc.',., Production Mgr. 
Donald J. Caulfield, Art Director 
Keimeth Alexander, Chief Sound Engineer 
Bruc-e Jorey, Editing Director 
William Rhodes, Account Executive 
Robert Hart, S(udio Manager 
E. Ritchie Smith, Laboratonj Manager 
Services: 16/35mm motion pictures in b&w and 
color; industrial, scientific, pubhc relations, sales, 
training, religious, documentar\, medical, ani- 
mated; special programs for sales and stockhold- 
ers meetings; TV commercials and programs; 
sound slidefilms, filmograph; storyboards; tech- 
namation; foreign languages, narratives; special 
effects; still photography, b&w and color; script 
services; sales and training aids; distribution. 
Services .•\v.\n.ABLE to Other Producers: Pho- 
tography, sound recording, color and b&w print- 
ing, processing, positive, negative and reversal; 
editing, scoring, cutting, interlock screening — 
35/16mm projectors, animation, titles, use of 
sound stage, set designing, Hghting, truck mount- 
ed generators. Facilities: Mitchell, Maurer, East- 
man, Aniflex, Oxberry cameras; Hydrolly, com- 
plete lighting facilities; AC and DC portable gas 
driven generators; two trucks; Maurer 16mm op- 
tical film recording; 16mm, V*" svnchronous mag- 
netic recording, 16/ 17'/4/35mm dubbing .ind 
equalization; two printing labs for color and 
b&w, DePue and Peterson printing equipment, 
electronic cueing; 16mm b&w processing, posi- 
tive, negative, reversal; Fisher Mike perambula- 
tor, Camart Portable Boom. Fish Pole, micro- 
phones, including Shot Gun .Mike; two screening 
rooms with 35/ 16mm interlock equipment; 3 cut- 
ting rooms; 7 cutting benches; 16/ 35mm Movio- 
las; sound readers for 16/17V4/35mm. optical 
and magnetic; animation department with two 
animation stands; Oxberry 16/ 35mm Bi-Pack ani- 
mation camera with automatic follow focus, roto- 
scope, projection light, one to twentv-sLx field, 



111% Ti LDSTiKii mm 

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In addition to names of principal officers 
and data on services and physical studio fa- 
cilities, the facts on "Recent Productions 
and Sponsors" show the nature of recent 
studio experience, of films produced in the 
past )e.ir. Preview current pictures a.s a 
prerequisite to purchases; bidders should 
also provide factual data on experience, 
staff, facilities and financial stability. 

There was no charge or obligation what- 
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knoviTi source was contacted with three 
separate first-class mailings. OiJy those who 
furnished evidence of recent production 
were accepted for an unqualified listing. 



NEW ENGLAND STATES 



BAY STATE FILM PRODUCTIONS: 

over and under lighting, 360° rotary compound, 
adapted for technamation ; art department; hot 
press, carpenter shop; set designing; music libra- 
ries; film vault; still photography department with 
dark rooms for color and b&w; air-conditioned 
sound stage, over 3000 sq. ft. permanent staff of 
30. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Torpedo Mark 16; The Oblong 
Window- Dishwashing Machines - Maintenance 
(U.S. Navv); racing The Hack Out of the Hack- 
saw (Simonds Saw & Steel Co.); Indwttnal 
Doors (Stanlev Works); The Big Ten (Raybestos 
Div., Raybestos-Manhattan Corp.); Export; Meet 
the Swinger (Polaroid Corp.); Field Report 
(Honeywell Corp.); Your Retirement Income 
(Conn. General Life Ins. Co. for the Rollins Co.); 
Keep or Sell: The Close (Conn. General Life Ins. 
Co.); Safety in Numbers; Secure IFF (U.S. .^ir 
Force); Directory Delivery (New England Tel. 
Co. & Reuben H. Donnelley Co.); Heritage 
(Ocean Sprav Cranberries); The Touch of Dia- 
monds (Norton Co.): The Day .After Tomorrmo 
(Rhode Island Apprenticeship Council); Vinyl 
Sliding (Bird & Son); 7"/if Day the Bicycles Dis- 
appeared {.\A.\ Foundation for Traffic Safety); 
Dedication to Excellence (U.S. Envelope Co.); 
Standard of Precision (Hamilton Standard) : Apol- 
lo (.Mass. Inst, of Technology); PJ 400 (Pratt & 
Whitnev Machine Tool); Millionths in Motion 
(Miniature Precision Bearings); Report to the 
Field (New Departure-Hyatt Co.). Slidefilms: 
This is yepco; Profit Twins (Arbor Acres Farm, 
Inc.); Home Territory (Norton Co.); Curriculum 
Development for Health Technicians (Springfield 
Tech. Institute). TV CoNfMERCLVLS: 0>'ality 
Bakers (8 for Dreikom's Bread); LaTouraine 
Coffee; McDonald's Hamburgers; Riversile Park; 
Midas Muffler; Castro Convertibles (.\mold Co.): 
Electric Power Companies of Connecticut (4 
spots). 

Metropolitan Boston Area 
Bay State Film Productions, Inc. 
80 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 02116 
Phone: (617) 426-8904 

Lowell F. U'entworth, Vice-President in Charge 
(See complete listing under Agawam, Mass.) 



MARTIN BOVEY PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Estabrook Road. Concord, Mass. 01742 

Phone: (617) 369-2334 

Date of Organization : 1949 

Martin Bovey, Jr., President. Exec. Producer 

LawTence R. Miller, Associate Producer-Director 
Sebvtces: Documentary, p.r., industrial, sales, 
educational and television films, commercials. 
Facilities: .■\niflex, Eclair NPR cameras, Nagra 
recorders; hghting equipment for color, b&w 
location shooting. Moviola, other editing equip- 
ment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AMD SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; 77i. Minnesota Stoiy (Fiumers 
& Mechanics Saving Bank of Minncipolis) ; Plau 
Ball With the Minnesota Twins; (First Natl Bank 
of Minneapolis); Saint Paul: Fur Trade to Space 
Agr (First .Natl. Bank of St. Paul); rca('i<T»' 
.\ides: A New Opportunity (Garland Jr. Ctillege 
& Office of Economic Opportunity). Phoduction 
Services: Sports Training Films for The Coca- 
Cola Co. In Production: Boston docviment.-uy 
(untitled- State Street Bank & Trust Co. of 
Boston). 

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listing in these pages refers to di-splay adver- 
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NEW ENGLAND STATES 

DEKKO ftlM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

126 Dartmouth St., Boston, Mass. 02116 

Phone: (617) 536-6160 

Date of Organization: 1946 

Joseph Rothberg, President 

Webster Lithgow, Creative Director 

Eric Handley, Editor 

Rice Smith, Assistant Editor 

Howard Rothberg, Sound Recording 

Charles Sulli\an, Production Assistant 

Dorothy Cohen, Treasurer 
Services: 16mm and 35mm film productions and 
sound slidefilms. Design, anmiation, hot press, 
titles, stor>book, script editorial and consulting. 
All services available to industry- and producers. 
Sales promotion and sales training packaging. 
F.\cii.iTizs: 2,000 ft. sound stage; lighting equip- 
ment; Bell & Howell, Arriflex with s\-nc genera- 
tor, .\Iaurer, Auricon 16mm and 35mm cam- 
eras; 16mm and 35mm projection room; record- 
ing booth, editing rooms with 16mm and 35mm 
Moviolas; s\Tichronizers; hot splicers; magnetic 
and optical sound readers; animation stand- hot 
press H\-drolIy and tracks; .Mole-Richardson mike 
boom; Western Electric and RCA mikes; ten- 
position niLXing console; equalizers and dip fil- 
ters; optical and magnetic recorders; Reeves, 
Nagra, magnetic interlock-dubbers; three music- 
libraries. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictlres: Xew Directions 1966 (loth 
lear report); Difar; and Saturn V (Sanders As- 
sociates); H. F. Propagation Report #2 and #3 
(Ray-theon Company); CSF Leak (Schering Cor- 
poration); Chiquita Goes to School (United Fruit 
Company); The Copier Game (Dennison Mfg 
Co.). Slidefilms: It Sells (Christian Science 
Monitor); Therimage (Dennison Manufacturing 
Co.); Draft Beer (.\Iillipore Filter Co.); Opera- 
tions C3 (Carter's Ink Co.); Factors in Accident 
Prevention (Liberty- Mutual Insurance Co)- To 
Achieve A Vision (Regis College) 



D4 FILM STUDIOS, INC. 
56 Elmwood Street, Newton, Mass. 02158 
Phone: (617) 969-7770 

Date of Organization: 1935 
Date of Incorporation: 1955 

Joseph Dephoure, President & Treasurer 

Stephen Dephoure, Sales Manager 

Jean Preo, Audio Engineer 

Ralph Picardi, Laboratory & Printing Dept. 
Services: 16mm and 35mm color and h&w mo- 
tion picture film production. Industrial educa- 
tional, medical, go\-emment, TV', public relations 
trainmg films. Sound recording, optical & mag- 
netic. .Music scoring from hbraries and original. 
Color and b&w printing. Negative, positive and 
reversal processing. Editing: A&B roU preparation 
and conforming. .Animation, hot press and super 
titles, art department. Slidefilms, slides, still pho- 
tography-color and b&w. FAcn.iTiES: Air-condi- 
tioned sound-proof studio with overhead lights, 
400 amps., 35 & 16mm cameras: Arriflex with 
zoom. Super 1200 with zoom, Auricon Pro, Fear- 
less sound camera, 3 Bell & Howell 2 cine 
specials, 4x5 Graphic .Monorail camera, 3 double 
irame and single frame slide cameras; recording 
dept.: 16mm S\-nc Recorder, I7Hmm Sync Re- 
corder, 3 16mm. interlocked dubbers, interlock 
projection. Gates custom built mbdng console 
Maurer dual-track optical recorder. Sound-proof 
projection room (air conditioned). 16mm & 35mm 
projectors. Five music libraries. 16mm color and 
Mew automatic printer. Oxberry animation stand 
Houston Fearless Film Processor, Kensol Hot 
Press, three multiple editing stations with opti- 
cal and magnetic readers, viewers, hot splicers 
Art department. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Mo-no.v Pictures: Measure of a College 



D4 FILM STUDIOS INCORPORATED: 

(Augustana); Turkey (W. R. Grace & Co.); 
Cathode Ray Display Computer (Raytheon Co.); 
Kitchen Serving Equipment (Seco, Inc.); Digi- 
graphics (Control Data Corp.); Alden Starrcar 
(Alden Self-Transit Co.); Homecoming (Dean 
Junior College); Chapel Consecration (St. An- 
selm's College); 1966 Football Highlights (Dart- 
mouth College); Harvard Reading Films (Har- 
vard Univ.); Splay Foot, Primus Varus (Massa- 
chusetts Gen. Hosp.); also fihns for Sylvania 
Electronics, Radio Corp. of America, Science 
House. 

JONATHAN KARAS & ASSOCIATES 

Science House, Manchester, Mass. 
Phones: (617) 526-1120; 526-7116 

Date of Organization: 1958 

Dr. Jonathan Karas, President 
M. \'an de Ryn, Vice-President 

Services: Creative science and engineering con- 
sultants to advertising agencies, industry and 
film producers. Client-agency technical liaison, 
scientific demonstrations, e.\hibits; motion picture 
scripts, technical testing and specialized WTiting. 
Facilities: Laboratory and photographic facili- 
ties and affiliations with several university tech- 
nical staffs with laboraton- and testing facilities. 
Scientists and engineers available as consultants 
in any branch of sen-ice and engineering and as 
professional exhibit demonstrators. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Scientific Concepts, Design Consltlt.\tion: 
This Is Photography (Chicago Museum of Science 
& Industry-Eastman Kodak); Lab '67 (Canadian 
Pulp & Paper Pavilion-Expo '67 Montreal); IEEE, 
Design Engineering, N.-^E, National Plastics, 
Nepcon, Wescon, AIA.4 show-s (Dupont-Film 
Dept.); S.\E, Design Engineering shows (Du- 
Pont-Elastomers Dept.); Nersica, IIC, NAHB 
shows (DuPont-Building Materials); Nepcon 
(DuPont-Freon products): Ted Bates, Inc.; all 
major automobile shows (Volkswagen of Arneri- 
ca); AISE show (\\'estinghouse) ; AISE (Hagan 
Controls); Design Engineering, Packaging shows 
(U. S. Steel). 



lAURENCE ASSOCIATES, INC. 

215 Stuart Street, Boston, Mass. 02116 
Phone: (617) 423-0133 

Date of Organization: 1957 

L. C. Switzer, President & Treasurer 

William Lovering, Vice-President 

L. R. Miller, Vice-President 

John Daley, Office Manager 

George Hughes, Art Director 

\'incent Ahaesv, Equipment Manager 

Frank McNiff.'Sa/ra 

Robert Gorrill, Photographic Director 

Ronald R\an, Brenda Geishecker, Art 

Wende Sheffield, Administrative 
Services: Filmstrips; sound slidefilms, art, pho- 
tography, scripts, sound recording, motion pic- 
tures, staging. A-V equipment for sales, rentals. 
Facilities: 5,000 sq. ft. downtown street floor; 
three darkrooms, color processing; photographic 
& design studios. Editing, screening and sound 
rooms. Repair section. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictl-re: Key to a Continent (Fort 
Ticonderoga). Filmstrips: Hawaiian Carnival, 
American Carnival (.\merican International 
Travel Service); I.D. Color System (Polaroid 
Corporation); Reading for Meaning (Houghton 
Mifflin Co.). 



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MAGNA FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

49 Berkeley Street, Boston, Mass. 02116 
Phone: (617) HU 2-5580 
Date of Incorporation: 1955 
Robert Berman, President 

Boardman O'Connor, Director of Photography 
Henry J. .McGonagle, Creative Director 
Maryann Squadrito, Asst. Art Director 

Services: 16mm and 35mm motion picture pro- 
duction. Industrial, TV commercials, slides, film 
strips, artwork, tithng. Creative services, sound 
services. Facilities: 2500 sq. ft. studio; Maurer, 
.Auricon, Arriflex, Bell & Howell camera equip- 
ment, RCA, Magnasync, Ampex, Synchronous 
recording, 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pic-tl'bes: Safe Fuel Test and Materials 
Handling (General Electric); CCTV-Electric 
Writing, Radio Telephone (Sylvania); Richard- 
son for Attorney General (O'Leary Advtg.); 
Lehigh Metal Products fihn. Slidefilm: Bozo 
Savings Plan (Ralph Schiff & Partners); Slide 
Presentations: Annual Reports for Tufts New 
England Medical Center, Mass. Hospital Asso- 
ciation, and Universal Foods System. TV CoM- 
merchls: for Stelbar Unicycles (Ralph Schiff 
& Partners); Chemstrand — Actionwear and ]. 
C. Best (.-V^rnold Company); St. Regis Paper 
( Stem/ Frank Advtg. ) . 

MASTER MOTION PICTURE COMPANY 

50 Piedmont St., Boston, Mass. 
Phone: (617) HA 6-3592 

Date of Organization: 1925 

Irving Ross, President 

."Man Ross, Production Manager 

Sally Seader, Creative Art Director 

Steven Mark, Laboratory Services & 
Quality Control 
Services: Motion picture production 16/35nun 
(live or animated), slidefilms, TV films. Fa- 
cilities: 16/35mm b6ttv processing; 16/35mm 
production equipment with sound recording in 
studio or on location. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictl-res: Brandeis '67 (Brandeis Uni- 
versity); Partners in Progress (Hancock Man- 
agement); Selrcx (Meaker Corporation); Boating 
A Way of Life (Sportswear Group). Slidefilm: 
W. T. Grant (Liberty Mutual). 

TR PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
1031 Commonwealth Ave., Boston 02115 
Phone: (617) 783-0200 

Date of Organization : 1947 
Date of Incorporation: 1951 

Oscar H. Cheses, President 
Alfred D. Benjamin, Vice President, Production 
Edward B, Shaw, Vice-Pres., Prod., Sales 
Eugene W. Jones, Musical Dir., Producer 
Thomas Fleming, Art Director 
Robert M. Kellawav-, Audio Engineer 
Kenneth A. Mac.Askill. Writer, Director 
James B. Deaderick, Director, Editor, 

Cameraman 
Paul Skillings, Cameraman 
Stephen W. Snider, Associate Art Director 
Robert Nesson, Asst. Editor, Cameraman 
Charles J. Eads, Sales Representatioe 
Leslie G. Kaplan, Secretary 
Services: Motion pictures— animation, live ac- 
tion, theatrical, wide-screen, TV commercials and 
programs, cartoon packages; educational, sci- 
entific, industrial, public relations and business 
films; filmstrips, slides, script services. FACiLmES: 
35 and 16mm .\rri's, Mitchell cameras; Moviola 
editorial equipment; 2 sound stages; sound re- 
cording facihties; interlock projection; screening 
rooms; art and animation; kinescopes. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlres: tikid Control (Liberty Mutual 
Ins. Co.); Colonial Six (Phmoth Plantation); 
On Our Way (John Hancock); New Home 



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TR PRODUCTIONS INCORPORATED: 

^United Shoe Machinery); Gyro-Maneuvers 
(General Electric); Super Super 8 (Keystone 
Camera); Behind Every Shadow (Boston Police 
Dept.); Interior Decorating (New England 
School of Art); Warren 66 (Bresnick); The 
Place of the Lab in Reconnaissance (U.S. Air 
Force); The Fugitive (Cabot & Co.); CD. (Civil 
Defense of Mass.). Slidefilms: Liberal Arts 
(Northeastern U.); Hotel Motel (Hotel Motel 
Assn.); Bowling Instructional Series (Mass. Bowl- 
ing Assn.); Moment of Decision (N.\MCO- 
Ingalls); Safes Presentation (Simplex Wire & 
Cjible Co.); Opportunities (Boston Globe); 
Market Builder (State Mutual Life Assurance 
Co. of America). TV Commebci.m-S : Serta: Ski- 
mobile; Erbacher Ski's (PF&C); The Mass- 
achusetts Turnpike; Boston Herald (CE&L); 
The Greatest Air Show Series ( Westinghouse 
Broadcasting-WBZ) ; New England Merchants 
National Bank (K&E): Jet Spray; Dust & Wa.\ 
(Wilson Haight & Welch); Lighthouse (Guy 
Gannett Broadcasting-WGAN-TV); Depositors 
Trust (Reach McClinton); Community Opticians 
(Riseman); Cott Beverages; Boston Edison; 
Revere Sugar (Dowd); Homblower Weeks 
(Doremus); Martignetti (Tech Reps); .Mmy's; 
Smyly Buick (Barron); Luby Che\Tolet (Apple- 
ton); The Second Season; Bright New Face 
(RKO General); Gas Allies; Boston Gas Co.; 
Rambler; New England Telephone Co.; Yellow 
Pages; Shawmut National Bank (Cabot & Co.). 

Other Massachusetts Cities 

WATSON f\\M PRODUCTIONS 
Phone: (617) 829-3422 
23 Chestnut Hill Rd., Holden, Mass. 01520 

Date of Organization ; 19.56 

James L. Watson, Producer 
Services: Motion pictures, slidefilms and film- 
strips for industr\', education, television. Separate 
script, consultation service. FACiLrriES: Arrifle.x, 
Bolex 16's; editing rooms with B&H hot splicer; 
magnetic, optical sound readers. ColorTran port- 
able lighting equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: So You Have to Write a Re- 
port; Automated Handling of Limp Fabrics 
(Arthur D. Little, Inc.); Waushacum Holiday 
(Worcester Boys Club); Paging History (Wor- 
cester Telegram & Gazette); Continuous Intra- 
venous Regional Anesthesia for the Rheumatoid 
Hand (Astra Pharmaceutical Products). 

WORCESTER FILM CORPORATION 
131 Central Street, Worcester, Mass. 01608 
Phones: (617) 757-2276 756-1203 

Date of Organization: 1918 

Carleton E. Bearse, General Manager 

Walter R. Porter, Cinematographer 
Services: 16mm industrial and medical motion 
picture service including writing, photography, 
lighting, editing and sound recording; slide and 
strip film productions and photographic research 
and engineering. FACiLrriEs; Studios and gen- 
erator tnick. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Numerical Control-Manage- 
ment Style (Jones & Lamson Division of Water- 
bury-Farrel ) ; Specialmatic ( Watcrbury-Farrel ) ; 
Aircraft Flame Protection (Fenwal, Inc.); Trie 
Allen Automatic Set Screw Driver (Allen Mfg. 
Co.). Slidefilm: Abrasive Machining With V-62 
Segments (Bay State Abrasive). 

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RHODE ISLAND 

GRAPHIC HOUSE 
75 Westminster St., Providence, Rhode Island 
02903 

Phone: (401) 331-2992 

Date of Incorporation: 1962 

David Green, President, Director 

David Ferrin, Executive Producer, Director 

Al Carlson, Art Director 

Carol Dandanell, Editor 
Services: Motion pictures, TV films & commer- 
cials, slidefilms, animation, art, hot-press titles, 
front-projection filming. Facilities: Sound stage, 
editing department, art studio, 16 and 35inm pro- 
duction equipment, 2 Nagra recorders, Magna- 
s^c recorder, interlock projection. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Life on a Volcano (Manu- 
facturer-s' Mutual Ins.); No Room for Error (Fac- 
tory' Mutual System); Rhode Island on the Go 
(Rhode Island Development Council). Slide- 
film; This is Fram (Fram Corp.) TV Commer- 
cl\l: Greyhound Derby (Video Productions). 



VERMONT 

CAMPBELL FILMS 
Academv Avenue, Saxtons River, Vt. 05154 
Phone: (802) 869-2547 
Date of Organization: 1947 

Robert M. Campbell, Executive Producer 

James HormeU, Writer-Editor 

Milton W. Bellows, Cameraman-Editor 

Terrence Hickey, Production Manager 

Alfred Ikeler, Safes Manager 

Ann Hatfield, Film Librarian 

Dorothy Barrows, Office Manager 
Services: Educational and business fihns for all 
purposes; shdefibns. Industrial still photography. 
Facilities: Production facilities, camera, lights, 
sound equipment for location and studio produc- 
tion. Editing rooms and recording studio with 
three channel magnetic mixing. 16mm interlock 
screening. 16mm distribution services. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; The Legacy of Anne Sulliian 
(Perkins School for the Blind); productions in 
work for Bucknell University, Furman University', 
Smith College and Spelhnan College. 



PRODUCERS IN METROPOLITAN NEW YORK AREA 



Listings cover entire metropolitan area of 
New York Cit\', as well as suburban towns. 

ACI PRODUCTIONS 
16 West 46th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) JUdson 2-1918 

Date of Organization; Juh', 1958 

Stelios Roccos, President 
David Chapin, Producer 
Francis Jones, Editor 

Services: Motion picture production including 
photography, animation, editing, sound and mu- 
sic. FACU-rriES: Recording and editing facihties; 
small studio and photographic equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: To Begin Again (U. S. I. A.); 
Prints; Clay; Puppets; Silkscreen (Rediscovery 
Series— self -produced ) . 



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ADMASTER PRINTS, INC. 
425 Park Ave. South, New York, N.Y. 10016 
Phone: (212) 679-1134 

Date of Organization ; 1948 

Charles Com, President & Creative Director 

Henry Roth, Secretary-Treasurer 

Mejer Gordon, Comptroller 

Reese Patterson, Executive Art Director 

Edward Glasser, Production Marmger 
Services: Creators and producers of shdes, slide 
productions, filmstrips and Umited animations. 
35mm, SVi x 4, X'ugraph; stand photography. 
FACU-mES: Fully staffed art dept.; air-condi- 
tioned stiidios, projection-conference room; cam- 
era and processing equipment for color and black 
& white including botn horizontal and vertical 
camera facilities for all slides. .Ml facilities for 
complete internal production p.ickage. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Slidefilms: A Tour of CelaneiC (5 languages) 
(Celanese Corp.); Sfar Tracker (KoUsman In- 
strument Corp.); By Any Name (New York Life 
Insurance Co.); Hospital Microfilm (Atlantic 
Microfilm); Slide Show; Stockholders' Meeting 
(W. R. Grace & Co.) Screen Show: Presidents' 
Conference (New Jersey Bell Telephone Co.); 
VucRAPH PnocRAMs; Basic Investment (Bache & 
Co., Inc.); S(a<ion Maimgcment Training (Shell 
Oil Co.); Vista-Sell Procra.m: NWD.-V Con- 
vention (Nat. Wholesale Drug Assn.). 



AEGIS PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
381 Park Ave. South, New York, N.Y. 10016 
Phone: (212) MU 4-7450 
Date of Organization: May 1963 

Sidney Milstein, President 
Herbert Leventhal. Vice-President 
Barbara Milstein, Secrcfary- Treasurer 
Edward J. English, Editor 
Harry Preusch, Production Assistant 
Services; Motion pictures and slidefilms for in- 
dustry, T\' commercials. Facilities: Special fa- 
cilities and equipment for medical and scientific 
productions; 8mm productions for Technicolor 
Instant Projector; art facilities. Arriflex and 
.■\uricon motion picture equipment; 16/ 35mm 
animation stand; Nagra and Magnasy'nc sound 
equipment; Moviola editing equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; Oral Cancer (American Can- 
cer Societv); Wear-Dated; People on the Go 
(Monsanto); The Art of Making Furniture 
(Baumritter Corp.); The Robot Chemist; Sim- 
plastin; Angina Pectoris Lecture (Warner- Chil- 
cott); Presenting Diabetes Mellitus (Eli Lilly 
& Co.); 7"/ic Mechanism of the Action of the 
Oral Contraceptives (S>-ntex); Doxajyram: 
A Clinical Report (A. H. Robbins & Co.); Cryo- 
pliake (Alcon Laboratories); All Clear (Du 
Barr\'); Projections; Astro Turf ( Chemstrand ) ; 
Scwsbrcak (Network for Continuing Medical 
Education); The Wide World of Julius Wile 
(Julius Wile Sons & Co.); Parson's School of De- 
sign Awards: Fashion Show (J. C. Penney). 

ALLEGRO FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
201 W. 52nd St., Nc« York, N. Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) JUdson 6-3057 

Date of Organization; 1958 
Date of Incorporation: 1961 

Jerome G. Forman, President 

lulius Edelman, Vice President & Executive 

Producer 
Hugh King. Producer-Writer 
Daniel Ruffini. Production Assistant 
ludv Rabitcheff. Production Coordinator 
David Saw\er; Erford Re<licnt. Wrifrrs 
Kent McKinney, Production Supervisor 
Jo.\nne Marone, Treasurer 
Services; Motion picture and slide film pro- 
ducers; commercials, public relations, industrial 



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NEW YORK PRODUCERS 

ALLEGRO FILM PRODUCTIONS: 

and sponsored films; specialist in news and sports 
films, special department for foreign language 
versions and post-production finishing. Facili- 
ties: Recording, screening, editorial rooms and 
studio. 35mm and 16mm camera and editorial 
equipment; script and art departments, special 
print procurement and ser\ices department. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictxbes: Dynamic Diagnosis; Ford of 
California (Ford Motor Co.); Today; Le Congo 
En Marche (U. S. Information Agency); Beyond 
tlw Moon; Today, Tomorrow & Titan III (Mon- 
orand. 7 Arts); Ncics Cavalcade (Sterling .Movies, 
U. S. A.); The City & The University (New York 
University); Crusaders in the Sky (U. S. Army 
Office of Information & Education); Images of 
the East (BOAC). Filmsthips: Protecting Your 
Margin of Safety; Brake Failure; Controlling 
Skids: Wheels Off Pavement; and Sudden Loss 
of Vision (Ford Motor Co.). Newsfilms: for 
Ford Motor Co., General Electric, Celanese Corp. 
of America, Frigidaire, Union Carbide, Thiokol, 
Allis Chalmers, New York Stock Exchange. TV 
CoMMERCL^Ls; for Ted Bates, Doyle-Dane-Bem- 
bach. Ogilvy, Benson & Mather, Grey Advertis- 
ing and Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample. 

AAftERICAN FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1540 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) 582-1900 

Date of Organization: 1946 

Date of Incorporation: 1956 

Robert Gross, President 

Lawrence A. Glesnes, Secretary-Treasurer 

Sheldon Abromowitz, Vice President 

Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., Vice-President 

Harriet H. Hester, Director of Program 

Development 
Barbara Brazong. Office Manager 
Services; Motion pictures, 16mm and 35mm, 
color and b&w; and slidefilms. Specialties: in- 
dustrials, sales, public relations, TV, education, 
training, medicals, documentary and merchandis- 
ing; television commercials. Facilities: 16inm 
and 35mm cameras, lighting and sound produc- 
tion equipment; slx cutting rooms, screening 
rooms, shooting stage; special effects; animation; 
stop motion; storyboard personnel, script wTiters. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motio.v Pictures: One Hundred Vintage Years 
(Gold Seal Vineyards); Faces of America (U.S. 
Navy); Fluothane for Trans-Oral Procedures 
(Kansas City Medical Center). TV Commer- 
cials: Buitoni Products (Vinti Advertising,); 
Keds (U.S. Rubber); A-1 Sauce (Fletcher-Rich- 
ards Co.); Westinghouse Electric Corp.; Na- 
tional Biscuit Co.; Buick Motor Di\ision; Sav- 
ings & Loan Association ( McCann-Erickson ) . 



ANIMATED PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1600 Broadway, New York. N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) CO 5-2942 

Date of Incorporation: 1949 

Al Stahl, President 

Richard Stahl, Vice President 

Peter Puzzo, Director 

Shirley De Brier, Production 
Services; Fotomation — a new audio-visual mo- 
tion picture technique designed for seven day 
production of limited live-animated sales train- 
ing and industrial film. Fotomation uses client's 
photographs, slides, storyboard drawings, maga- 
zine ads, circulars, printed materials. These visual 
elements are photographed on 16mm or 8mm 
color film, synchronized to sound track and given 
camera movements with animation. Fotomation 
conversion service updates filmstrips by convert- 
ing into I6nim or 8mm motion pictures. Profes- 
sional color blow-ups from 8mm to 16mm. All 



ANIMATED PRODUCTIONS INC: 

phases of animation; live action and filmstrip 
production; sales promotion and exhibits. Educa- 
tional and television animation film production; 
TV commercials; ad agency presentations; sound 
slidefilms in three dimensions. FACiLrriES: 3 Ox- 
berry animation stands; special stop-motion live- 
action motion picture cameras for in-plant pro- 
duction; editorial facilities; multiple animation 
stand for product stop-motion. New automated 
animation stand controlled by digital computer 
and pimch tape. Optical Oxberry printer for spe- 
cial effects printing; Mitchell, Oxberry, and 
Bell & Howell cameras. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; Tlie Egg (Grey Advertising); 
Armstrong Styling (Armstrong Cork Co.); New 
Orleans (Malonev, Regan & Schmidt); Naturally 
Blonde (Clairol); ABC-Stage 67 (American 
Broadcasting Co.); A.T. & T. Looks to the Fu- 
ture (American Tel. & Tel. Co.). TV Commer- 
cials: for Sealtest (N. W. Ayer); Scott Tissue, 
Lark (J. Walter Thompson); Pohdent (Grey Ad- 
vertising); Endust (Y'oung & Rubicam); Army 
Recruiting (N. W. Ayer). 



ANIMATIC PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 
15 West 46th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) JU 2-2160 

Date of Organization: 1949 

Tasker G. Lowndes, President 

Leonard B. Elliott, Vice-President 

Darrel! C. Baker, Creative Director 

Mako Oike, Director of Animation 

James DeGregory, Art Director 

Sandra BelardinelU, Production Coordinator 
Services: Producers of sound slidefilms, slides, 
Salesmate presentations, filmographs, technical 
animation. .Animatic Boards (animated story- 
boards on motion picture film), TV commercials, 
charts and printed material for sales, new business 
presentations, corporate stockholder meetings and 
agency presentations. F.\cilities: Art, editing and 
photographic departments; O.xbeny animation 
equipment: 35mm and 16mm motion picture cam- 
eras; various types of still cameras. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Step Up the Pace (James 
Lee & Sons); The Connoisseur (Burlington 
Hosiery Co.); The All New Duke Astrojet Tire 
(Duke Tire Co.); Advertising Report (Founda- 
tion for Commercial Banks). Slidefilms: The 
Open Road (American Oil Co.); Safety Valve 
Maintenance (American Tel. & Tel.); Southland 
Presentation (D'Arcy); Breakthrough-Vulcan 714 
(Reeves Bros.); Double Duty Disiies (Reynolds 
Metals); Originals de Coty (Coty); PVC'-DWV 
(Goodrich Chemical Co.); Sales films-Series 
(Kelly-Springfield Tire Co.). TV Commebci.\ls: 
Ford Dealers (J. Walter Thompson); Arabesque 
(West, Weir & Bartel); Eli Lilly Co. (Geer-Du- 
Bois). 

APPLIED CONCEPTS INC. 

866 Third Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022 
Phone: (212) 421-4130 

Date of Incorporation : 1965 

George R'lberts, President & Exec. Prod. 

Irv Silverberg, Secretary & Creative Director 

Ian iMichael Summers, Dir.-Client Relations 

F. Restivo, Senior Art Director 
Services: Motion pictures, sound slidefilms, 
graphic aids, booklets, hve shows for sales pro- 
motion, public relations, training, and advertis- 
ing. F,\cilities: .\rt studios; motion, still pho- 
tography; screening, conference rooms; mu5ic and 
sound effects library. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picture: Real People ( Saturday Evening 
Post). Slidefiuiis: Visit USA; Adventures 1966 
(TWA); Speaking of Operators (American Tel. 



APPLIED CONCEPTS INC.: 
& Tel.); MiraSeam (American Can); Are the 
Funnies }ti.st for Laughs? (Puck— The Comic 
Weekly). Live Shows: Data Communications 
(American Tel. & Tel.); Management Orienta- 
tion (J. C. Penney). 

ASSOCIATED FILM CONSULTANTS, INC. 

501 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) PL 2-2224 

Date of Organization : 1961 
Date of Incorporation: 1963 

Benjamin S. Greenberg, Pres., Exec. Prod. 

Samuel Kravitt, Treas., Dir. Film Operation 

Suzanne Holeton, Secretary 

Mar\'in L. Holmes, Dir. P.R. 

David P. Evans, Dir. of Sales 
Services: Production of sales, training and doc- 
umentary motion pictures, particularly those \vith 
public relations orientation; TV commercials, par- 
ticularly public service spots; filmstrips. Facili- 
ties: Editing, sound recording, lighting equip- 
ment: Arriflex, Auricon, Beauheu, Kodak, Bolex, 
Eyemo cameras; Magnecord, MagnesyTic and 
Minitape sovind recorders; Acmade Editing 
Equipment; animation and titling; full still photo 
ser\'ice. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Monox PicTi'RES: People Without (U. S. Dept. 
Health, Education & Welfare); The Creative 
Person (Natl Education Television); The Traffic 
Engineer (N.Y.C. Dept. of Traffic); From Israel 
With Style (Israel Fashion Instihite); The Paris 
Hilton (Hilton International); The IBM Voto- 
matic (International Business Machines); Pro- 
fessor B & His Wonderful Time Machine (Chas. 
Bruning Co.). Filmstrip: Girl on the Go (Bobbie 
Brooks). TV Commercials: for Women's Army 
Corps (Ketchum, McLeod & Grove); U.S. Post 
Office I ,\dvertising Council). 



AUDIO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Film Center Building 

630 Ninth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) PL 7-0760 

Date of Organization: 1933 

Branch Offices: 1724 Connecticut Ave., N.W. 
Washington, D. C. 20009. Phone: (202) 
232-3637 (Contact: Harry Carragher) 
716 No. LaBrea, Hollywood, Calif. 90038. 
Phone: (213) 933-5821 (Contact: Charles 
Smith) 

Officers and Department Heads 

Peter J. Mooney, President 

.Alexander E. Gansell, Secretary 

M. E. Fletcher, Treasurer 

lohn Henderson, III, Director of TV Sales 

Louis Mucciolo, Manager, IndustriaUt^fOvern- 

ment Departments 
Joseph Keaney, Industrial Sales 
Frank Lucidon, Industrial Sales 

Producer-Directors 

Frank Beckwith Harold R. Lipman 

L. S. Bennetts Bruce Malmuth 

Frank Bums Hans E. Mandell 

•Alexander E. Gansell Richard Miller 
Stanley R. Johnson Robert Vietro 
Mike Zingale 

Services: All phases of motion picture produc- 
tion— public relations, sales promotion, mer- 
chandising, training, medical, technical and edu- 
cational. F.\cilities: Silent and sound studios; 
complete Ughting equipment; mobile units for lo- 
cation work with tape recorders; permanent staff 
in all departments: writing, direction, editing, ani- 
mated dr;iwin<i and optical; projection room; two 
optical printers uicluding latest Oxberry; editing 
equipment; zoom stand for trick work; machine 
shop; stop motion studio. 



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AUDIO PRODUCTIONS: 

lECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictlres; Kids & Cookies (Nabisco); 
The Tnie and the Just (N. Y. Supreme Court- 
Ford Foundation ) ; Now You're Talking ( AT&T— 
Long lines); The Lively New Look (Atlantic- 
Richfield Co.); The Invisible Power of Coal (Na- 
tional Coal Assn.). T\' Commerciai.s: for N. W. 
Aver; BBD&O; Benton & Bowles; Leo Burnett 
Co.; Clyne Maxon; Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample; 
Doyle, Dane & Bembach; William Est>-; Fuller & 
Smith it Ross; Geyer, Morey, Ballard; Grey .\d- 
vertising; C. J. La Roche, Richard K. Manoff; 
McCann-Erickson; McKim Adv.; Needham, 
Harper & Steers; Ogilvy & Mather; Papert. Koe- 
nig. Lois; ]. Walter Thompson; Weightman; 
Young & Rubicam. 

BFB PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
422 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) 421-5811 

Date of Organization: 1959 

Herbert Freed, President 

Merrill S. Brody, Executive Vice-President 
Production 

Hal Weiner, Vice-President, Producer 

Carl Lemer, Producer, Director 

Su!;an O'Meara, Associate Producer 
Sebik:es: Motion pictures, slide and filmstrip 
presentations: Industrial and promotional TV 
commercials, documentaries, specials, features. 
FACiLrriEs: For production of color & b/w, 35 & 
16mm. library of sound effects & stock music; 
editing, projection and recording equipment; dis- 
tribution in .35. Ifi and Smm— including rear- 
screeu portable projectors for sales, training pro- 
grams. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictihes: All This and 702 (Olivetti 
Underwood): To Be Aware (Lehigh Portland 
Cement Co.); The Vertislide Press (Torrington 
Mfg. Co.); The Living Center (Long Island Con- 
sultation Center); The Paper Novelty Story 
(ZIowe Agency); The Falnihus Concord (Con- 
cord Hotel); The F-489 (Fairchild Aerospace 
Corp.); Crash at Sunrise Highway (U. S. Steel 
Corp.); Terror in the City (Allied Artists); Blast 
of Silence (Universal International). T\' Com- 
mercials: for Chr\sler Motors; F'rst Natinn.al 
City Bank; Wedgwood China; McNeil Lab- 
oratories; Industrial Valley Bank; 3M Comoany; 
Crown Staffordshire China; .American Tobacco 
Co.; Continental Can Co.; U. S. Steel Co. 

JOHN BRANSBY PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 
2S West 44th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) LO 4-3580 

Date of Organization: 1936 

John Bransby, President, Treas., Exec. Prod. 

David M. Jacobson, Vice-Pres., Chg. of Prod. 

Lee Stenstrom, Secretary 

Frank G. Marshall, General Manager 

Martin Craven, Production 

Sylvia Davem, Art Director 
St:HviCES: Production of industrial, educational, 
government, travel, sales and training films 16mni 
or 35mm, color or black and white; educational, 
promotional film strips; wTiting service. Facili- 
ties: Sound stage and studio. Equipment for 
photographv, sound and location lighting; film 
editing facilities, service; animation photography; 
art department. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
M'mo.N Pictlres: New York, tlie Anytime City: 
Hules of the Slopes (Humble Oil & Refining Co. ) ; 
fUoers in the Sky (U.S. Dept. Interior); .A.V 
FLR-12 (I.T.T. ), Petroleum in Perspective 
(A.P.I. ); Sales Films (Doyle, Dane, Bembach). 



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BRAY STUDIOS, INC. 

729 Seventh Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) 245-4852 

Date of Organization: 1911 

|. R. Bray, Chairman of the Board 

Paul A. Bray, President 

Paul Brav, jr., Vice-President 

Ronald G. Stevens, Production Manager 

Rodell Johnson, Director of Animation 
Services: Planning, production and distribution 
of sales promotion, public relations, training, 
technical and general education films. Foreign 
language translations. Facilities: Staff _and 
equipment for live action or animation; 16/35mm 
productions, including sync sound; slide film and 
slide set reproduction; aerial photography; own 
fihn library for distribution to schools, technical 
institutes and industries. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlres: Using the Airspace: Naviga- 
tion and Communications (AOP.\ Foundation, 
Inc.); Hotc to Avoid Muscle Strains (Bray Li- 
brary); General Instrument Film Report (General 
Instrument Corp.); Insulation (Armstrong); Div- 
ing: Self-Containcd Underwater Breathing Ap- 
paratus-Scuba; Value Engineering Series; 7-28 
Standard Operating Procedures; Navy's Elec- 
tronic Warfare Airborne POD Program (U.S. 

N'avy). 

BUKAR & lARISCH INC. 
10 East 49th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) EL 5-5111 
Date of Organization: 1953 

Nat Bukar, Partner, Client Contact 
Kurt Larisch, Partner, Creative Direction 
Services: .\udio/ visual consultants for program 
development in sales training, retail program 
development in sales training, retail promotion, 
sales meetings, direct selling and other areas of 
business communications. Producers of motion 
pictures, stopmotion animation, sound slidefilms 
and filmstrips. FAcn-rriES: Script, design, research 
and production personnel; art department; pho- 
tographic studio, screening room. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picttoes: Meteorology and Weather 
Forecasting (U. S. Nav^-TDC); Tlie Gertz Story 
(L.I. Press); Butterick Operations (Butterick Pat- 
ters); GCMI 1966 Report* (Glass Container 
Mfg. Inst.); The Hot Line (Model Rectifier 
Corp.). 

CAMPUS FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

20 East 46th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) MU 2-8735 

Date of Organization: 1934 

Nat Campus, President 
Steve Campus, Executive Producer 
Lesley Froum, Distribution Coordinator 
Ser\tces: Motion pictures and slidefilms for 
business, government and social agencies; also 
various film services sep.-u-ately, including trans- 
lations, sound tracks; editing and finishing serv- 
ice for comp.iny photographed films: distrbu- 
tion service. Facilities: Studio, on- location 
equipment and creative staff. 
Motion Picttbes: Nursing Management of the 
Patient with Cancer (American Cancer Society); 
SupervuHon in Vocational Rcltabilitation Counsel- 
ing (Dr. Wilfred H il>er-Vncati(mal Rehab I'ta- 
tion Program of N. Y. U.); Vocational Rehahih- 
tation in a General Hospital (The National 
Arthritis Foundation h Part 111-1966 Examina- 
tion (National Board Medical Ex;miiners); Re- 
visions of Toxic Anhidrosis (Institvite for Derma- 
tologic Communication & Education ) . 

M. M. Chanowski Productions N.V. 
122 East 42nd St., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Mr W. Roscnfeld. in charge 
(For complete listing, see Amsterdam, Holland) 



NEW YORK PRODUCERS 



CHRONICLE PRODUCTIONS 

364 West ISth Street, New York, N.Y. 10011 

Phone: (212) YU 9-5680 

Date of Organization: 1965 

Robert Glatzer, President 
Services: Production of documentaries, industrial 
.ind theatrical films, tv commercials. Facilities: 
Studio, facilities for production in 35/ 16mm. 
Editing, print distribution facilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlties: Friendly Game; The Lobster- 
men (Chronicle Productions); Now Comes to 
Berkeley Heights (Waterbury, Conn. Anti-Pov- 
erty Program); Carnival Weekend; Silver Sitz- 
marks (.American Youth Hotels, Inc.). 



CINEMAKERS, INC. 
1741 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) CI 6-3198 

Date of Incorporation: 196.5 

Ed Schultz, President 

William Doherty, Vice-President 
Services: Motion pictures, filmstrips, slide shows 
and TV spots; photography, recording, film and 
sound editing. FACiLmES: Writing, production 
and editing staff. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictl-re: Poetry for Beginners (Coronet 
Instructional Fikns); Photographic, directorial, 
recording, and editorial services on other pro- 
ductions. TV Spot (Public Service): Today 
(Community Service Society). 



CITY FILM CENTER, INC. 

66-40 69th Street, Middle Village, New York 

11379 

Phone: (212) TW 4-7800 

Date of Incorporation: 1957 

Subsidiary: AV Lithographers, Awenire Build- 
ing, 257 Pacific St., Brooklyn, New York. 
11201. 

John R. Gregorv-, President 

Herbert Awenire, Executive Vice-PresiderU 

Douglas Mitchell, Vice-President, Productions 

Clarence Schmidt, Vice-President 

Joseph W. Harrop, Corporate Secretary 

Henri LaMothe, Art Director 
Services: 8, 16, 35mm motion pictures and sound 
slidefilms for business, industry, science, educa- 
tion, health, religion, poUtical and public service 
fields. Cortelated promotional, distributional, 
public relations and sales packages for motion 
pictures and sound siidef.lms include evaluation, 
designing, layout, copv, artwork and lithography. 
FACiLrriEs: Equipped, staffed motion picture 
studio; sound stage, with control room, narrator's 
booth, scene dock, conference lounge with pro- 
jection facilities. Art, editing and sound depart- 
ments; mobile and location units; motion picture 
color-printers for color-cortected and exposure 
compensated answer and release prints. Equipped 
and sl;iffed Lithograph) Division with five 
presses, including die-cutting, and high-speed 
four-color. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motidn Pk TIRES: .\queduct Stakes (RKO Gen- 
eral) LP\'-L Color Antenna Series A. B. C. D 
(JFD Elertronics Corp.); The Physicians Role in 
Suicide Prevention and .Motion Picture Films in 
Psijehosomatic Reuarth ( N'isual Projects); Select- 
ed Pathology II (Dr. Borowskv/Searle); Death 
of Christ (WPI.X TV Color Special); Who Cries 
for the Lonely? (Feature Film: Thaddeus Pro- 
ductions); etc. 



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NEW YORK PRODUCERS 

CLIFTON PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
305 East 86th St., New York, N.Y. 10028 
Phone: (212) 348-7600 

Date of Organization: 1947 

Maurice T. Green, President 

Ronald T. Croen, Vice-President 

Ernst Fischel, Vice-President 

William Rosenfeld, Secretary-Treasurer 
Sekvices: Industrial, public relations, transporta- 
tion, travel, nature studies, wildlife conservation 
sales promotion, agricultural and horticultural 
motion pictures; TV shorts and commercials- 
color stock shots. Facilities: Cameramen iii 
Sweden, Austria, and Holland; worldwide cover- 
age Production affiliations for location shooting 
in Europe, Middle East, Far East, Australia and 
Latin Amenca. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Rctuhes: Key to Life (Agrico Chemical 
Co. ; And There Was Light (Clifton Bible Clas- 
sics); City on the Water; Caribbean Spearfishing 
^y^'°(,^%^'^^o"sh Prepare for Spring (Asso 
ciated Bulb Growers of Holland). 



COLEMAN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

75 West 45th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) CI 5-9080 

Date of Organization: 1935 

Harry L. Coleman, President 

Sonya Coleman, Vice-President 

Bany' A. Lisee, Production Manaser 

Phillip Messina, Editor 

Rib Smith, Sales Coordinator 

John Peterson, Dir. of Photography 

J. BrowTi, Sound 

Harold Azine, Scripts 
Services: Production of 16/35mm motion pic- 
tiires from script to final print for industry, medi- 
cme, travel and television. Facilities: 25' x 25' 
sound stuio equipped with lights, props, sets, 
cameras; Fearless dolly; Ampex s^c sound 
equipment; cutting rooms and screening room, 
l-acihties available to outside producers 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTio.N PicTURLs: Marketing Horizons (Con- 
tinental Can Co.); The Crossing (Italian Line); 
impulse m Foot Surgery (Diapulse Corp. V 
Meknom^ of the Head (Pack Medical Foun- 
dahon): R,hot,de (Rosston, Kremer & Sla ughter) . 

COIEMAN/MEYER, INC. 

225 West 57th Sb-eet, New York, N.Y 10019 

Phone: (212) 581-4840 

Date of Organization: 1965 

Joseph M. Coleman, Creative Director 

Gil M. Meyer, Executive Producer 

Bibi Damon, Production/ Traffic 

Bradley N. Johnson, Sales Manager 
Services: Motion pichires, sUdefihns, slide pro- 
grams, graphics, sales meetings and shows for 
promotion public relations, training, new prod- 
uct introduction. Facilfties: No data pro\'ided 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Where Giants Come to Plat, 
(Ihe San Francisco Giants); Garter, Garter 
Who s Got the Button (Warner Lingerie-Slim- 
wear Div ). Slidefilms: Tale of a Lead Bal- 
loon (Co eman/ Meyer); The Man from Man- 
^»an; Shirt Watcher's Guide (The Manhattan 
Shirt Co.); But Where Have all the Ware 

Ccoei Gone.?; r/ic Second Longest Link; Identi- 
fied Elymg Objects (American AirHnes); Field 
Irainmg and Sales Meeting (Warner Bros. Lin- 
gerie-Slimwear Div.); Not Every Pebble's on 
the Beach (American Enka); The Live Wires 
(Montgomery Ward); Training Film (Clairol)- 
New Products (Lehn & Fink). CLosEo-Cmcur^ 
TV: you Can t Beat the System (Minnesota .Min- 



COLEMAN/MEYER: 
ing & Manufachiring). Graphics: Quotes and 
Quotas (The Chunky Corp.); Selling with Sur- 
rey (Surrey Candy Kitchens); Dimensions of the 
Marketplace (Universal M arketing Research). 

CONTEMPO! PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

25 West 6Sth St., New York, N.Y. 10023 
Phone: (212) TR 3-3333 

Date of Incorporation: 1963 

Branch: 690 East Maple Road, Birmingham, 
Michigan 48011 Phone: (313) MI 2-8363 
(Ross R. Callaway) 
David B. Marshall, Executive Producer 
Donald P. Smith, Vice-President 
Joan Marshall, Corporate Secretary 
Nathan Caldwell, Jr. Assoc. Producer 
Ross R. Callaway, Account Rep. 
Charles E. Hoefler, Art Director 
Cecily B. Hoeck, Production Associate 
T. F. Fagan, Manager, Accounting Services 
C. Monique Siegel, Production Secretary 
Services: Motion pictures-16, 35mm, live shows, 
business, sales meeting presentations; special 
techniques include: multi-screen, multi-image 
choreographed" visual presentations, portable 
cyclorama projection; sculptured projection, A-V 
programmed presentations. Jingles, theme music 
recordings. Facilities: for art, graphics; editing' 
ammation; road show, meeting equipment for 
sound and projection. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Live Shows: Diesel Dazzle (General Motors- 
Diesel Div,); ABC Record Slww; ABC Affiliates 
Show (American Broadcasting Co.)- 1967 Press 
Preview Concept (ChryshT Corp.). ' 

RAYMOND A. CORWIN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
701 Seventh Ave., New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) 756-0662 

Date of Organization: 1959 
Raymond A. Corwin, President 
Bertram Brown, Executive Vice-President 
Donald Crabb, Vice-President (Travel Dept ) 
Richard E. Brooks, Director of Photography 
Bert Salsman, Production Manager 
Susan McCartney, Art Director 
Services: Motion pichires for television, indusb^'- 
sound slidefilms and filmstiips. FACiLmES-' 
Offices, screening and editing rooms; facilities 
tor production of film, tape and other audio- 
visual media. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Breaking the Production Bar- 
rier (IB.M); / Understand (Xerox); Americans 
on the Move (American Hotel & Motel Assn.)- 
Vnce Upon a Mattress (Simmons); Portrait of 
Stanhy (Stanley Furnihire); A Dream of a 
Blanket (Chatham Mills). Slidefilms: North- 
east s Vacation Plan (Northeast Airlines)- This 
IS Holiday ( Holiday .Magazine) . 

THOMAS CRAVEN FILM CORPORATION 

330 East 56th St., New York, N.Y. 10022 
Phone: (212) MU 8-1585 

Date of Organization: 1950 

Thomas Craven, President 

Harvey G. McClintock, Vice-President 

Wilhs F. Briley, Director, Production 

Marvin Barouch, Comptroller 

Andrew B. Nemes, Associate Producer 

Beverly O'Reilly, Dir. of Sales 
Services: Production of television, industiial 
public information, training and educational films 
and programming, theatrical feahirettes and 
promos; overseas and multi-language depart- 
ments; live action and animated TV commercial 
division. Facilities: Air-conditioned sound stage 
camera, sound, hghting, animation and set con- 

These Exclusive Review Reports Are 
a Copyrighted Business Screen Feature 



CRAVEN FILM CORPORATION: 

struction departments; editing, recording and pro- 
jection rooms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Filiberto of the High Valley; 
The Port City and the Pampa (United World 
Films-educational documentaries); Sonic Boom 
and You ( Federal Aviation Agency ) ; Act of Love 
(Kennedy Foundation-Educational TV); 2001-A 
Space Odyssey; Holiday Italian Style; Return 
of the Gunfighter; Tell Me Whom to Kill (theat- 
rical promotions); Grand Prix— Spanish (TV 
show-MGM); Alliance for Progress (USIA). TV 
CoMMERiciALS: for Colt 45 Malt Liquor (W. B. 
Donner); Yardley (Johnstone); Food Fair Stores 
(W. B. Donner). 

GORDON CROWE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

15 East 41st St., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) 867-9437 

Date of Incorporation: 1965 

Gordon Crowe, President, Executive Producer 
Kent Lane, Vice-President, Producer 
Selma Cooper Crowe, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: Sales meetings, entertainment and 
musical productions for industr\-; motion pictures 
for industry; special projection techniques. 
Facilities: Sound stages, rehearsal studios, pho- 
tographic studio; equipment and personnel for 
motion pictures and live industrial shows. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS- 

Motion Pictures: Beauty and the Bosom (Bali 
Co. ) ; ]ob Opportunity ( National Association of 
Manufacturers). Slidefilms: Where the Action 
Is (Saturday Evening Post); The Name of the 
Game (Calvert Distillers); TWA Marketair 
(TWA). Live Shows: Kingdom of Best Foods 
(Best Foods); We're No. 1 (Congoleum Nairm); 
Move with Mobil (Mobil Oil Co.); The New Look 
(Premium Advertising Assn.), Volkswagen Show 
(Worldwide Volkswagen Convention). 

CYGNET-LLOYD PEARSON ASSOCIATES, INC. 

347 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) MU 8-9545 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Lloyd Pearson, President 

Rae Evans, Vice-President 

John Reeve, Vice-President 

David Grainger, Vice-President 

Alexander Greeley, Secretary 

Jim Roomes, Production Manager 
Services: Motion pictures, slides and filmstrips 
for business, industry, and TV; business and 
educational audio-visual programs. FACiLrnES: 
Studios, also mobile camera vans in Europe. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Watch on the Rhine F105 
(Republic Aviation); The Sun Goes North (Flor- 
ida Citrus Comm.); The Story of Thread (Coats, 
Ltd.); Arrow Around the World (Arrow Inter- 
national); Over the Top (Thos. Costain Ltd.). 

Delta Films International, Inc. 
15 West 46th St., New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) 582-5711 

Klaus Werner, Manager 
(For complete listing data, see Puerto Rico) 

DEPICTO FILMS CORPORATION 

254 West 54th St., New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) CO 5-7620 

Date of Organization: 1944 

Jack R. von Maur, President 
Glenn J, Graves. Vice-President. Industrials 
Pat Labate, Vice President, Production 
Services: A completely integrated one-source 
organization provicling: Scripting— from technical 
to creative to complete convention format; Mo- 
tion Picture— live-action, location, animation; 
Slidefilm— training, promotion, public relations. 



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DEPICTO FILMS CORPORATION: 

• i merchandising; Slides— all sizes, color and b&w, 
lamination; Industrial Meetings & Conventions— 

I complete package from creation through staging 
and equipment to traveling unit teams. Facili- 
ties; Photographic studios; full motion picture 

I department, live and animation; completely staff- 
ed slidefilms and graphic art department; special 
y wide-screen and carbon arc projectors. 
,| RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
' Motion Pictures: A Lion Sized Budget for a 
Lion's Share of the Market (Canada Dry Corp.); 
Tcdlar (DuPont de Nemours). Slidefilms: A 
Vrtt,' Miimher; S. A. M. (A. T. & T.). Industrial 
Snows: Our Dynannc Tomorrow (Westing- 

II house); 1966 Congress (N. A. M.). 

DERUJINSKY STUDIO, INC. 
106 West End Ave., New York, N.Y. 10023 
Phone: (212) 799-4400 

Date of Organization: 1950 

Cleb Derujinsk\', Jr., President 

George Lawrence, Executive Vice-President 

Joseph K. Landsman, Secretary 
Services: TV commercials, documentaries, in- 
dustrials. Facilities: Creative department, edi- 
. torial staff, studios, and equipment. 
I RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV CoMMEBCHLS: for Peuce Corps (Peace 
Corps— Young & Rubicam); Ford Corporate 
(Ford Motor-Gre\ Adv. ) ; Camay ( Proctor & 
Gamble— Leo Burnett); Camel Cigarettes (R. J. 
Reynolds, Dancer - Fitzgerald - Sample ) ; Fresca 
(Coca-Cola Co.— .Marschalk Co.). 

DOLPHIN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

4 East 53rd Street, New York, N.Y. 10022 
Phone: (212) PL 3-5892 

Date of Incorporation: 1960 

Division: Dolphin International. 

Allan Stanley, President 

Roger Ame Lun.\en, Business Manager 

BiUVitus, Chief Editor 

Barbiira Fletcher, Co-ordinator, Int't Div. 
Services: Commercial, industrial, educational 
motion pictures; radio transcriptions; tele\ision 
commercials (live and animated); 35mm and 
16mni, color and B&W. For Dolphin Interna- 
tional: Television commercials for international 
markets; re\'oicing and adaptation of existing 
commercial for multi-lingual markets; dealer trail- 
ers; researching, anaKzing, planning and placing 
cinema advertising campaigns around the world. 
Facilities: Four editing rooms; working arrange- 
ments with all studios in New York City; out-of- 
towTi connections for location photnaraphv. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Natural Look; Great Day; 
Travelling Carousel; Nice 'n Easy (Clairol); Eye 
on the NFL (CBS-TV); My Secret Vice (20th 
Century-Fox). T\' Commercials: for CBS-TV; 
Michigan National Bank (Jepson-Murrav); U. S. 
Coast Guard; New York Daily News (Schneider) ; 
Pan-American Miles Lab. (LPE Robert Otto); 
Opel Kadett (Gen. Motors-Foreign Dis. Div.); 
Procino-Rossi, Inc. (Mathison Adv.); Colorforms 
Toys (Chalek & Dreyer); Knapp's Dept. Stores; 
The Esterbrook Pen Co.; BemzOmatic Corp. 
(Rumrill); Expo '67 (Spaulding, Taylor, Hall, 
Ltd.); Wise Potato Chips Company (The Lynn 
Organization); U. S. Air Force Reserve (Hume, 
Smith, Mickleberry). 

Kevin Donovan Films 
15 West 44th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) YUkon 6-6049 
(See complete listing under Connecticut) 

^fS" this symbol over a producer's 
listing in these pages refers to display adver- 
tisement in this 17th Production Review issue. 



DYNAMIC FILMS, INC. 
Executive Offices: 405 Park Avenue, New York, 

New York 10022 
Phone: (212) PL 1-7447 

Date of Organization: 1948 

Divisions: Dynamic Theatre Networks, Inc. 
Medical Dynamics, Inc., Dvnamic Programs 

Branch Offices: 133 Carnegie Way, N.W., At- 
lanta, Ga. 30301 Phone: (404) 524-7211. 
Don O'Reilly, Manager. 130-7th St., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 15222 Phone: (412) 471-2780. 
William Matthews, Manager. 

Nathan Zucker, President 
Maurice Rapf, Executive Producer 
Nlina Brownstone, Director of Production 
and Public Relations 
Services: Producers and distributors of all audio- 
visual materials including fihns, filmstrips, sound 
shdefilms, tape and easel presentations for in- 
dustry, public relations, sales training, emplo\ee 
relations and specialized visual aids. Also theatri- 
cal features and short subjects, television pro- 
gramming, special foreign language revision, 
foreign film productions, etc. Facilities: Sound 
stages, recording and dubbing studios, editing 
faciUties for all 16mm and 35mm audio-visual 
production. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: International 500 (Golden .\n- 
niversan- Race) (Studebaker Corp. STP Div.h 
Six Deadly Skids (Liberty Mutual); Era of Radi- 
cal Change & the Corporation (Fortune Maga- 
zine-Armco Steel) ; Information E.xplosion 
(Cowles Communications); Chlorine, The Crecn 
Goddess (Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.) Revolu- 
tion at Sand Springs (Armco Steel Corp.); The 
Green Thumb (Denson Frey & .\ffihates); 
Changing View of the Change of Life (Wilson 
Research Foundation); The Collection (Family 
Circle Magazine); The Quickest Quiet One-Ned 
Jarrett Story (Ford Motor Co.); Victory Circles 
1966 (Dana Corp.); iVHRA Drags (Hurst- 
Campbell); Race Againsi Time (Ashland Oil & 
Refining Co.); Annual National Sales Meeting 
(Ayerst Lab.). TV Commerclals: for Diet Rite 
Cola (D'Arcy Agency). 

EAST-WEST FILMS, INC. 

35 West 45th St., New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) 5S2-6800 

Date of Organization: 1958 

Bruce McConnachie, President 

Morton .McConnachie, Vice-President 

Joseph Lydon, Secretary. Treasurer 

Dick L>Tich, Vice-President, Sales 

George Lcuck, Production Manager 

Tom Martin, Production Manager 

Dave Pollock, Editorial Supervisor 
Services: Motion pictures; TV commercials. Fa- 
cilities: 35 and 16mm production equipment, 
lights, sound records, cameras, etc.; editing 
rooms; 35 and 16mm projection and conference 
rooms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picttre: journey of Oil (Aramco). TV 
GoMMEiucL\LS: for Vitalis (Young & Rubicam); 
Hollywood Bread Co. (Elinor Landsbury); 
Handi Wrap (Norman Craig & Kummel); CITCO 
(Lennen & Newell). 

FRANZ EPSON PRODUCTIONS 
24 Crist Mill L.inc, llalc-sitc. New York 11745 
Phone; (516) IIAmiltun 7-2.545 

Date of Organization: 1961 
Franz Edson. Owner. 
Services: Documentary, sales, technical motion 

fiictures and slidefilms. FACiLrriES: Cameras, 
ighting. sound rec-ording & editing equipment. 
.Animation stand; liigh-speed instrumentation 
equipment. 



NEW YORK PRODUCERS 



FRANZ EDSON PRODUCTIONS: 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

A-V Presentations: for Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories; Univac; Pickering & Co.; Franklin Na- 
tional Bank; B. Altman & Co.; Leesona Moos 
Laboratories; Institute of High-Fidelit>-; Sperry 
Rand Corp.; Philips Electronic Instrument. 



ELEKTRA FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

33 West 46th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) 582-3606 

Date of Organization: 1956 

Samuel Magdoff, President 

Jordan L. Caldwell, Vice-President 

Bert Hecht, Producer-Sales 

Mike Kraft, Producer-Sales 

Marvin Friedman, Director 

George Cannata, Director 

Morty Baran, Production Manager 
Services: Production of industrial, educational, 
sales training films, featurettes, and T\' commer- 
cials. Facilities: Stage; animation staff and 
facihties: editing, concept creation. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTio.N PiCTiREs; A Product is Like a Woman 
(Eastman Chemical Products); Patterns for Com- 
munication (Western Electric); In Search of Pie 
(Mrs. Smith's Pies); Kodak (Eastman Kodak); 
Xmas Trailer (Theater release-f eaturette ) . TV 
Commercials: for Wilkinson Blades (Ted Bates 
& Co. ) ; Benjamin .Moore Paint ( Dreher Advtg. ) ; 
Wishbone Salad Dressing (Ed. H. Weiss & Co.); 
Post Honeycomb (Benton & Bowles); Thermo- 
dent (Doyle, Dane, Bembach); Coca-Cola 
(McGann-Erickson); American Gas (J. W. 
"Thompson): Remington Tvpewriter (Y'oung & 
Rubicam); Rescue Soap Pads (BBD&O); Brown 
& Williamson Tobacco (Ted Bates); Westing- 
house (.McCann-Erickson); Lipton Tea (SSC&B); 
Ballantine (SSC&B). 

CHARLES ELMS PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

163 Highland .\ve.. No. Tarrj-town, N.Y. 

10593 
Phone: (914) 631-7474 

Date of Incorporation: 1952 

Charles D. Elms, President 
Charles D. Elms, Jr., Vice-President 
Ruth .M. Elms, Secretary, Treasurer 
Service: Research and production of 16mm, 
35mm and 70mm "Widescope" motion pictures; 
slide motion; sound slidefilms; slide-presentations; 
training manuals and charts for sales promotion, 
sales training and education. Facilities: Studio 
mobile Ciunera, sound and lighting equipment. 
"Widescope" 70mm revolving lens camera and 
2-lcns split-screen camer.i. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictuhes: Go//; Love That Job-Edition 
VtU (Phihp Morris); Basic Electricity (Gas Con- 
sumers Service Co.). Slidefilms: Compact-Im- 
pact Merchandizing of Razor Blades ( Philip Mor- 
ris, Inc.); More Cigarette Profits (Lord Balti- 
more Candy & Tobacco Co.); Federal Heats New 
York; Quic} Cushion; 18th International Heating 
Exposition ( Federal Boiler Co. ) 



ESPRIT PRODUCTIONS 

300 W. 5.5th Street, New York, N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (2121 76.5-0678 

Date of Organization: .April, 196.5 

Svlvan Markman. Presidiiit. Producer-Director 

\"inccnt R. Tortos.i, Script & Concept Director 

|err\ Hruck, Sound Director 

Dave Watts, Chief Cameraman 
Services: Industrial, educational, sales promo- 
tional, T. \'. documentaries, short subjects. Fa- 



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NEW YORK PRODUCERS 

ESPRIT PRODUCTIONS: 
ciLTTiEs: Creative department; art, editing 
stiidios, 16/35mm production equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; An Academical Village (Uni- 
versity of Virginia); The Liberty BeU (Libert)' 
Be Foundation); The Old Order Amish (Penna. 
FoIkLfe Societ>'); The World Today (Council 
on Internationa] Affairs); A Montage in 3 Min- 
utes (Photo-Arts Products). 



MATT FARRELL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
213 East 38th Street, New York, N.Y. 10016 
Phone: (212) 683-8358 

Date of Incorporation: 1951 

Matt Farrell, President & General Manager 

C. LiUian Farrell, Secretary-Treasurer 

William McAleer, Vice-President & 
Director of Photography 

Joseph Faro, Vice-President, Production Mgr. 
Services; Production and distribuHon of sound 
motion pictures and sound stripfilms for busi- 
ness and industry. Facilities; 16mm and 35mm 
motion picture and stripfilm production; color 
and b&w; sound studio, magnetic film recording 
editmg services, script, art work, animation, 
foreign language versions. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; r/ie Hand Trap Test; Cable to 
Count On (U.S. Steel Corp.); Any Day in the 
Week; The Particle of Difference; Safer to Cot- 
ton (Hercules, Inc.). 

FILM ENTERPRISES, INC. 

485 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) MV 2-3973 

Date of Incorporation: 1959 

James R. Handley, President 

F. WiUiam Bryant, Jr., Secretary-Treasurer 

Howard A. Mann, Production Supervisor 
Services; 16 and 35mm motion pictures for 
business and mdustry; slide and stripfilms; script 
service; audio-visual production management and 
coordmahon^ International production capabilitv 
m Canada, Europe, South America and Far East 
fAciLiTiES: AdministraHve offices; preview 
screening; editorial dept. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

W^^^T'^iV^'"" " ^■^' ^'■^ Vacutainer 
r^ lZjj''^°'>-^"'^"'^°''^ '="■'>■- Development 
(rKM-^T^v ^"?"t /<^^e^.- Nike-X-Reports 
(BeU Telephone Lab.); Man and Machine; 24 
Hours of Le Mans; System/ 360 (IBM World 

Jia^rtTLft^o'n)^^^ '^^^^ ^^^•^- 



FILMEX INCORPORATED: 
Robert Bergmann, President 
Peter Griffith, Vice-President-Production 
Paul Minor, Vice-President-Sales 
Steve Kambourian, Vice-Pres.. Completion 
Thomas Victor, Vice-President, Business Films 
Frank Tuttle, Vice-President, National 

Production Services 
Herb Horton, Vice-President, Director, Tapex 
Ray Dietrich, Vice-President, Gen. Mgr. 

Filmex West 
George Wyland, Vice-President, Director 

Creative Services 
Slavko Vorkapich, Staff Consultant 
Donald Horan, Director 
Edward Vorkapich, Dir./Cinematographer 
Christian Herfel, Director 
Baron Trenner, Jr., Director 
Bernard Herschenson, Cinematographer 
Peter Passas, Cinematographer 
jack Horton, Cinematographer 
Services: Fihns for business, advertising, educa- 
tion, government and the television arts. 'Facili- 
ties: Studio and office facihties include 50' x 80' 
sound stage with photographic, lighting and 
sound equipment for studio and location- still 
photograph lab, carpentr>' shop, dressing rooms 
makeup rooms, editorial rooms, screening rooms 
with 35mm and 1 6mm interlock facilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Consider the Bearing (Tim- 
ken Roller Bearings Co.); The Computer DoUar 
Guide (Prudential Ins.); Aerospace MarkeHng 
(McGravv-Hill); Enkalure (Amer. Enka Corp.) 
Port Malabar; Port St. Lucie; Port Charlotte 
(General Development Corp.); 70mm film for 

v°T^ ^^f^i^ ^* N-"^- ^"^"'^^'^ Fair (Eastman 
Kodak). TV Commercl^ls; Batten, Barton Dur- 
stine & Osborne; Benton & Bowles; Young & 
Rubicam; McCann-Erickson; Ted Bates- D'Arcy- 
J. Walter Thompson; Wm. Estv; Ogilvy & 
Mather; SuUivan, Stauffer, ColweU & Bayles- 
Grey Advertising; Cunningham & Walsh; Papert 
uTi!-^' >j°'l', Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample; Camp- 
bell-Ewald; N. W. Ayer; Warwick & Legler- Leo 
Burnett; Marschalk. 



Filmexpress, East 
300 East 46th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) OX 7-6655 
Patricia Linbum, Executive-in-Charge 



FILAA GRAPHICS, INC. 

369 Lexington Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) TN 7-3330 

Date of Organization: 1945 

Lee E. Blair, President 

Bernard Rubin, Secretary-Treasurer-Director 

Sidney Greenhaus, Vice-President, Production 

Harold Wondsel, Producer, Salesman 

Peter Tytla, Staff Director 

Lee Blair, Director of Animation 

Irvin Wallace, Studio Manager 

Walter Rogge, Chief Film Editor 
Sebvices; Documentary, educational public re- 
lations, training, informational and TV commer- 
cial films in 35mm and 16mm, both color and 
b&w. FACiLrriES: Fully equipped and staffed 
15,000 s(j. ft. studio: independent animation and 
special effects departments; optical effects de- 
partment with optical film laboratory; editing^ 
and service departments. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Beyond the Moon (Avco 
Corporation); Tactical Command (NBC News); 
Women's World (U. S. Marine Corps); Climb- 
ing the Navy Advancement Ladder; Blondes Pre- 
fer Gentlemen; How to Succeed With Brunettes; 
Gentlemen at Sea (U. S. Naxy). 

(See T.V. Graphics, this section, for 
TV productions) 

FOSTER FILMS, INC. 

200 West 57th Street, New York, N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) JU 2-7620 

Date of Organization; 1963 

Harry Foster, President 

Barn,' Dubin, Vice-President 
Services: Industrial and theatrical films, TV 
commercials. Facilities; Editing rooms, pro- 
duction facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSOR! 
Mo-noN Pictures: Sports Carnival (Canadian 
National Exhibition); Windjammer Adventure 
(Dutch East Indies— Remington Arms— Pan Am); 
Story of a Castle (National Distilleries); Swim- 
mer; Lord Jim (special featurette for Columbia 
Pictures). 



FILMEX, INCORPORATED 

300 East 46th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 

Studio 240 E. 45th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) O.X 7-6655 

Date of Organization: 1959 

Brmiches-Subsidiaries: 1041 N. Highland Ave., 

Hollywood, Cahf. Phone: (213) HO 6-3211 

hZ m'^^nfh ^1 ^ Gen. Mgr. 2801 E. Oak: 

(^Osf 5fi4 7R7^"'^;"^^^^'^''^' F'^'- Phone; 
(305) 564-7671. Jack Drur\', Exec, in 

charge. SUidio EAG, 18 Rue Louis-Blanc 

ar'^Q^'ifi^?^^'- H"""- l'""''^- Phones: 371 
46 39-46. Kevm Farrell, Exec, in charge 
Fihnexpress West, Plant #20, Technicolor 
Corp., Universal City, Hollywood, Calif 
Phone: (213) 769-8500. Joseph B'enadon; 
akqI 'xi v^^-, Fihnexpress East, 300 E. 
7fifi.^-=; p'L^-°*r^°P'^' Phone: (212) OX 
7-6655. Patncia Linbum, Exec, in char''e. 



FIIMFAIR, INC. 

339 E. 48th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) HA 1-8480 

Date of Organization: 1965 

August A. Jekel, President 

Chuck Manno, Vice-President 

\yilliam D. Jekel, Secretary 

Kay Himes, Treasurer 

.-^rmand Acosta, Live Action Director 

Peter Von Schmidt, Live Action Director, 
Cameraman 

David Lloyd, Editor 
Services; Live action fihns for commercial and 
mdustrial accounts. FACiLrriEs: Two stages- com- 
plete editing rooms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TVCOMMERCLU.S: for Falstaff Beer (Dancer-Fitz- 
gerald-Sample); Clairol (Normal, Craig & Kum- 
mel); Ford Motor; Eastman Kodak (J. Walter 
Thompson); Chevrolet ( Campbell-Ewald Co)- 
Dupon (N. W. Ayer); Ocean Spray (Dole, Dane 
Bern bach). 



All the Facts You Need to Know 

■jV Concise, accurate data on film production 
sources throughout the world appears in these 
pages. The bu\-er is invited to preview current 
pictures made by listed companies; the nature of 
their experience is noted under Client Refer- 
ences which appear in each listing. 



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FORDEL FILMS, INC. 
1079 Nelson Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10452 
Phone: (212) WY 2-5000 

Date of Organization: 1941 

Clifford F. Potts, Pres. & Exec. Producer 

Enid Borde. Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: PubHc relations; sales promotion; train- 
ing; educational; scientific and medical motion 
pictures and slidefilms; complete responsibility, 
specialists in color, Uve and animated. Audio- 
\isual consultation and services for convention 
and sales meeting. Facilities; Sound stage; com- 
plete cameras, lights and sound equipment for 
studio and location production; animation stand; 
art department; cutting rooms; 16mm magnetic 
and optical interlock screening facilities; color 
printing department; carpenter shop; machine 
shop; mobile units. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Real Thing (U. S. Navy); 
Pigs for Profit (Cyanamid); Immunization 
Against Infectious Diseases (Lederle); Slide- 
films; Aureomycin SS (Cyanamid); A Closer 
Look ( Inter-.American Corp. ) . 

FPS PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

45 West 45th St.. New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) CI 5-6950 

Date of Organization: 1957 
Date of Incorporation: 1963 
Joseph C. Bowman, President, Exec. Prod. 



BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



F-P-S PRODUCTIONS: 

William F. Mills, Jr., Director Marketing 
Jacob R. Moon, Script Supervisor 
Ann Leonessa, Production Coordinator 
Services: Salesmate selling programs; also sales, 
training and educational motion pictures and 
sound slidefilms. Facilities: Editing and art fa- 
cilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Garrard Trade Show; Tlie 
Garrard 1967 Line (British Industries Corp.): 
Gold & You (Directorate for Anned Forces of 
Education & Informatirn, U.S. Govt.). Test 
Films: Perm Central (New York Central/ Robt. 
Conahay); Ncte Products (Young & Rubicam); 
1.3 Test-Films (Cunningham & Walsh). T.\pe: 
How to Sell Permanent Press (Klopman Mills- 
Burlington Ind.). In Production (Motion Pic- 
tubes: Prescription Farming Today (Allied 
Chemical); Strike Command (Directorate for 
Anned Forces of Education & Infomiutiun, U.S. 
Govt.). Slidefilms: Ozrne. The Tinij Giant; 
Hydrogen Peroxide; Oil. Its Behavior in the Re- 
frigeration System (Ind. Chemicals Div., Allied 
Chemical); The Critical Path to Profits-Time 
(Worthington Corp.). 

SI FRIED PRODUCTION, INC. 

49 West 45lh St., New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) PL 7-4424 

Date of Organization: 1960 

Si Fried, President & Producer 

Stan Vanderbeek, Creative Director 

Art Zigouras, Writer-Director 

Gerald Kabat, Business Manager 
Services: Motion pictures, including theatrical, 
industrial documentary, TV commercials, news- 
films, etc. F.\ciLmEs: 16mm and 3.5mm equip- 
ment available in house. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: E.rpo 67 (IBM World Trade 
Corp.); Todays Quality (IBM Corp.); All the 
Other Outs in Free ( self -produced theatrical fea- 
ture). 



GERALD PRODUCTIONS INC: 

Henry Traiman, Vice-Pres., General Mgr. 

Ralph Caruso, Ccmiptrotler 
Services: Production media-film, live and video 
tape, TV and industrial shows; complete distri- 
bution services. Documentary, industrial, educa- 
tional, and entertainment films. FACiLrriEs: 
Sound stages, recording and mi.ving studio; 3.5mm 
.ind 16mm theaters. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Picti'res: Forecast (Alcoa); Moments 
of Decision and Yotir Man In (U. S. Army); A 
Math Crisis (Olivetti); Sir Robert Bumelt's Gin 
(Seagram's-Robert Hills Prods.); Successful 
Farming (Robert Hills Productions); TV Com- 
mercims: for Beer llottle Caps (Alcoa); .Vqua 
Velva (Parkson Advtg); MDA-A, ABC and CBS. 

JACK GLENN, INCORPORATED 

207 East 37th Street, New York, N.Y. 10016 

Phone: (212) OX 7-0121 

Date of Incorporation: 1953 

Jack Glenn, President 

Caroll Lee Douglass, Vice-President 

Lew Waldeck, Production 

William Lister, Production 

Charles E. Mcher, Production 

Glen Tracy, Production 
Services: Complete production of special-pur- 
pose and entertainment motion pictures; anima- 
tion and filmstrips; commercial and slidefilms; 
filmographs; stories, stor\'boards and voice tracks 
for animated cartoons; text-film scripts and pro- 
duction; specializing in entertainment and adver- 
tising cartoons; institutional, public relations, pro- 
motion, orientation, educational films, fictional or 
documentary. Contract or subcontract separately 
for script-writing and/or directing, producing, 
editing. Facilities: Mitchell, Wall, B&H, Arri- 
flex cameras; lighting and Nagra sound equip- 
ment; studios and scenic shops; projection and 
cutting rooms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Six classroom films for Mc- 
Graw Hill Text-films. TV Spots: for National 
Council "kTVICA. 



William J. Ganz, Company, Inc. 

(A Division of I.V.C.) 

P.O. Box 268, Scarsdalc, New York 10583 

Phone: (914) 472-0470 

(See complete data under Institute of Visual 

Communications, Inc. listing, this section) 

GEMINI FILMS, INC. 
150 East 37th St., New York, N.Y. 10016 
Phone: (212) 889-7194 

Date of Incorporation: 1963 

Morton S. Epstein, President 

Michael Jorrin, Vice President 
Services: Conception, design, production of 
films for go\'emment. industrv', tv and theater. 
Facilities; Office, screening and editing rooms. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictuties: (TV) The Thickening Forest 
(The Caldwell-Davis Co.); The Writer's World 
(State University of New York). TV Commer- 
cials: Fabulash (Revlon/Grey Advertising); 
V-8 Juice (Campbell's LPE/Robt Otto); One A 
Day Vitamin.^ ( Miles/ LPE-Robt Otto): Reef 
Mouthwash (Wiimer-Lambert J. Walter Thomp- 
son); Westinghouse Air Conoitioner. 

GERALD PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Subsidiary of The Communicolions Group 
421 West 54th St., New York, NY. 10022 
Phone: (212) PL 7-2125 

Date of Incorporation: 1955 
Gerald Auerbach, President 



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GOTHAM FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1 1 E. 44th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) MU 2-4450 

Date of Org.inization; 1956 

Susan Wa\'ne, President 
Services: 35, 16 and 8mm motion pictures; 
filmstrips & slidefilms, slides; recordings and 
supplementary aids. Facilities: Sound stage; art 
staff; still studio; editorial and recording ser\'ices. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Safety is Golden (N. V. 
Telephone Co.); Eagle Clothes (Walsh's Pty. 
Ltd. -Australia); Slidefilms: Mind's Eye Series; 
Accent on Service (.American Tel & Tel); Just a 
Secretary (First National City n,ink); Using 
Communication* for Better Patient Care (Execu- 
toneCorp.). 

Halas & Batchelor Cartoon Films Ltd. 
Unirep TV Sales, Ltd., Representative 
75 East .55th St.. New York, N.Y. 10022 
Phone: (212) PLaza 2-8715 

(see listing under England, Intl Section) 



The Jam Handy Organization, Inc. 
1775 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) JU 2-4060 
Herman Goelz, in charge 
Complete office facilities and projection room 

with ser\ice staff for Eastern clients 
(See complete listing under Detroit area) 



NEW YORK PRODUCERS 



HANKINSON STUDIO, INC. 

72 West 43lh Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) YU 6-2180 

Date of Organization: 1947 

Frederick L. Hankinson, President 

Walter Klas, Vice-President 

Lawrence Dineen, Treasurer 
Services; Live and animated motion pictures for 
TV, industry and sales promotion. FACiLmEs: 
Animation studio; live insert stage; editing facili- 
ties. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Memory Years (American 
Yearbook); Easy-O (Continent<al Can); Aradcom 
Ring (Army Pictorial Center); TV Commercials: 
for Wise Potato Chips (Lytm Organization); 
N.Y. Blue Cross (I. Walter Thompson). 

CHARLES HANS FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

305 East 46th St.. New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) \nj 2-4894 

Date of Organization: 1963 

Charles S. Hans, President 

Sigmund Sosiewicz, Vice President 

Eleanore Hans, Secretary 
Ser\tces: Industrial, public relations, sales pro- 
motion, educational, sales training and special 
purpose motion pictures; slidefilms, filmographs, 
slides and slide lamination. FACiLrriF.S: Studio; 
art department; projection and cutting room; 
personnel for photography, writing, direction, 
editing, technical animation and production. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: Group Lead to Ordinary (New York 
Life Ins. Co.); Motorized Grades; Operation of 
Engineer Equipment (Army Pictorial Center); 
Film-o-craph: Intramuscular Injections (Chas. 
Pfizer Co.). TV Commerchls: for Malathion 
(2) (Dancer/ Fitzgerald/ Sample). 

HARTLEY PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

279 East 44th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) YU 6-0363 

Date of Incorporation: 1951 

Ir\'ing Hartlev. President 

Elda Hartlev, Secretary-Treasurer 

Frederick \V. Adams, Vice-President 

Saul B. Cohen, Producer-Director 
Services: Motion pictures and slidefihns for 
business, education, training, travel and public 
relations. Specialize in fihns on women's interests 
for distribution to TV, schools, service dubs and 
women's clubs. FAcn-mES: None listed. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Flavor of Maine (U.S. 
bept. Fish & Wildlife Service); Datebne L.I. 
(Newsdav); The MAI Story (Management As- 
sist.ince. Inc.); The Winners (Bates Fabrics); 
The Mood of Zen (Society for Comparative Phi- 
losophy); Let's Have a Party (Glassware Insti- 
tute) ; FflbuJoiw Cheeses of France (Foods from 
Fr.ince). Slidefilm: New Profit Horizons (Coats 
«e Clark). 

HARVEST FILMS, INC. 

25 West 43rd St., New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) BR 9-0180 

Date of Org.inization: 1950 

Leo Trachtenberg, President 

Simon Nuchtem, Producer 

Jon Ealv, Librarian 

Cecile Fein, Office Manager 

Gay Weisman. Asst. to the President 
Services: Motion pictures and filmstrips for in- 
dustry, government, educational and social serv- 
ice organizations. Distribution of selected films 
for clients. FACiLrriES: Production and creative 
facilities — cameras, sound equipment, art and 



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NEW YORK PRODUCERS 

HARVEST FILMS: 

editorial departments, music and stock footage 

libran,-, sloraRe, stages. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictibes: For que Juanito? (Anencv for 
International Development); Don't Push Yotir 
Luck (National Society for Prevention of Blind- 
ness); Hrlping Hands; Aides in Daily Living 
(United Hospital Fund). 

HAVERLAND FIIM PRODUCTIONS ITD. 
6 East 39th St., New York, N.Y. 10016 
Phone: (212) 679-0939 

Date of Organization: 1958 
Date of Incorporation: 1966 
Laszio Haverland, Producer-Director 
Arpad Makay, Assoc. Prod. & Tech. Director 
Laszio Noszthy, Production Coordinator 
Bela Szabadosi, Writer 
Services: 3.5 and 16mm script to screen produc- 
tions or service. Facilities: 35 and 16mm cam- 
eras, dubbers, dubbing studio, recording and 
editing. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictxres: Go-Go Program: Children's 
Fashion Show (Allied Chemical/ Benton & 
Bowles); Leonard Bernstein Interview (Mer- 
cury Newsfilm); Four-H Interviews-Chicago (As- 
sociated Films); The Abandoned Mill (M. Grum- 
bacher. 



HENKIN-FAILLACE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1270 Sixth Ave., New York, N.Y. 10020 

Phone: (212) 246-7676 

Date of Incorporation; 1963 

Tony Faillace, ]r.. President 

Howard Henkin, Vice-Pre.^ident 

Herbert A. Boas, Tr. Vice-President 

Pat Coleman, Office Mgr. 
Seb\ices: Industrial, commercial and sales train- 
ing films; slidesfilms; creation of original music; 
animation and live action. F.^cilities; Creative 
staff; editing; recording and filming. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictxtbes; World of Bowling (Miller 
Brewing); The Air of Good Living; The ACD 
PretHew; '67 Holidau (American Standard). T\' 
Commercials ; for Pixie-Pie Ice Cream (Fore- 
most Dairies-Battle Adv.); Sparkle Scent (Stand- 
ard Household Products— Ingalls Adv.); Herculite 
(Pittsburgh Plate Glass— Ketchum MacLeod & 
Grove); Aluminum ( -\lcoa— Fuller & Smith & 
Ross); ROTC (U.S. Army (K.M.G.); Slo-Poke 
(M. J. Hollowa\-Don Kemper Co.). 

DAN HESS PRODUCTIONS 

148-14 East 40th Street, New York, N.Y. 10016 
Phone: (212) ORegon 9-6260 

Date of Organization : 1961 

Daniel L. Hess, President & Executive 

Producer 
Hal Douglas, Senior Writer-Director 
George Ancona, Director of Photography 
Da\'id Lucas, Mu.^ical Director 
John Steinberg, Creative Director 
Joan G. Onorato, Production Manager 
Seb\ices: Industrial, documentary- films for sales 
promotion, public relations, sales training; sales 
meetings. Sound slidefilms, filmstrips, programs- 
including printed literature, publications. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; It's Called Motor Oil (Shell 
Oil Co.); Our Young-Young World (Eastman 
Kodak); Kodrl 11 (E.astman" Chemical); BOAC 
Goes to Market (British Overseas Airways 
Corp.); Take 10 (Renault, Inc.); Christm,->s Pre- 
sentation, (McCall's). 

These Exclusive Review Reports Are 
a Copyrighted Business Screen Feature 



INSTITUTE OF VISUAL 
COMMUNICATION, INC. 

P.O. Box 268, Searsdale, New York 10583 

Phone: (914) 472-0470 

Date of Organization; 1919 

William J. Ganz, President 
Services: Producers and distributors of audio- 
visual communication, including motion pictures, 
filmstrips and slidefilms. Facilities: Complete 
film production from script to screen for pub- 
lic relations, industrial, sales training, educational 
and documentary. Complete nationwide and for- 
eign distribution of films. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: tn the Hearts of Men (Free- 
masonry); On the Road to Olympics (Mead John- 
son); Winning Golf (Brunswick-NIacGregor); 
Journey to Banana Land (United Fruit); Pala- 
tizing for Profit (Unarco). 

VICTOR KAYFETZ PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1780 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) CI 5-4830 

Date of Organization: 1947 

Branches: New York: 1200 Westfall Rd., Ro- 
chester. Phones: (716) CH 4-5164; GR 3- 
3000, Ext. 534. Don Lvon. New Jersey: Box 
1042,New Brunswick. Phone; (201) 763- 
6000. Henr>' M. Sager. 

Victor Kayfetz, President, Exec. Producer 

Se\Tnour Posner, Assistant to the Producer 

Gerald Cotts, Mgr. Special Projects 

Irene Siegel, Administrative Asst. 

Bernard Peretz, Production Asst. 

Jane Kayfetz, Vicc-Pres. Creativision, Inc. 

Joele Brediger, Distribution Mgr. Creativision 
Services: Motion picture production, combining 
line cinematography, animation. "Projected Pres- 
entations" equipment, capable of cinematography 
of 9x12 ft. projection backgrounds of live sub- 
jects in front of any projected color background. 
Facilities: 35mm Eclair Camerette, 16mm Cam- 
erette, 16mm Arriflex with zoom lenses, B&H- 
70DL, Auricon (400 ft. & 1200 ft.) with zoom, 
full accessories. Studio flats, backgrounds, table 
tops. Slidefilm and 2x2 shde production cameras. 
For stop motion shooting: 35mm Model L DeBrie 
and 16mm Cine Special both completely adapted 
for animation. Oxberry animation stand with bi- 
pack camera (16 and 3.5mm) with compound 
table. Complete art and animation department, 
16 and 35mm sound Moviolas, 35mm interlock 
and 16mm projectors in booth of screening room. 
Nagra tape recorder; microphones. Tripods, high 
hat, dolly, location hghting equipment, cables, 
trucks, cargo trailer. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Outdoor Advertising Control 
Fibn ( Schwerin Research Corp. ) ; Safety-Tested 
Aluminum Median Barriers (Aluminum Assn.); 
Sea-Safe America (National Assn. Engine & Boat 
Mfg. ) ; Basic Sailing ( Columbia Yacht Corp. for 
American Natl. Red Cross); Lotas TV Presenta- 
tions (John Lotas Productions); Human Multi- 
Directional Impact Test (MB Div. Textron Elec- 
tronics ) ; TWA Travel Agents Show ( Wakeman 
& Walworth ) ; Solderless Wire Wrapping ( West- 
em Electric); Remuda Ranch Grants Film, using 
Projected Presentations and River Ranch and 
Remuda Ranch Party Films (Paul Venze Asso- 
ciates); Foreign Object Damage to Army Air- 
craft (.\rmy Pictorial Center); Flamingos of the 
Bahamas (Bahamas National Trust). TV Com- 
mercials: for Ripoo (Natl. Export Adv. Serv- 
ice, Inc.); Ourisman Ghevrolet (Lotas); Penn- 
svlvania Gas & Water Co. (Lotas); YMCA 
(Y.MCA of Greater N.Y.) . 

ALLAN KEITH PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

243 West 56th St., New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) 246-0239 



ALLAN KEITH PRODUCTIONS: 

Date of Organization; 1956 

Allan Keith, President-Exec. Producer 

Evelyn McCarthy, Vice-President 

Burrell Smith, Producer-Director 

Frank Schilling, Editor 
Services: Films for industry, sales training & 
education; dramatized sales meetings. Specialize 
in cosmetic & hairstyling films for the beauty 
trade. Facilities; Sound stage and editing room. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictl-res; Image (John H. Breck); Im- 
perial Edition of Beautyrama (joint); Beauttjland 
(joint). TV Commercials; for Alberto-Culver; 
Coca-Cola Co. 

HERBERT KERKOW, INC. 
14 East 38th St., New York, N.Y. 10016 
Phone: (212) MU 9-9122 

Date of Organization; 1937 

Date of Incorporation: 1946 

Herbert Kerkow, President & Treasurer 

Rosemond Kerkow, Secretary 
Servhces: Public relations, sales training and sales 
presentation films. Facilities: Sound stage; set 
building department, projection room, sound re- 
cording; editing and animation facilities. Bell & 
Howell and Eclair Camerette 3.5mm cameras, 
Maurer and Arriflex 16mm cameras. Visualiza- 
tion sound stage, special equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion PicTUfRES; VD Control: Leadership Re- 
spon-^bility; Time for Decision (U.S. Navy-); A 
Post-Graduate Seminar in Dental Radiation (U.S. 
Pubhc Health Ser\'ice); To Face Life Again (So- 
ciet\- for Rehabilitation of Facially Disfigured, 
Inc.); TV CoMMERCLJiLs: for MacBarron's To- 
bacco (Fireside Tobacco Corp./Zakin Co.). 

PAUL KIM & LEW GIFFORD 
PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
342 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) YU 6-2826 

Date of Organization; 1960 

Date of Incorporation: 1961 

Paul Kim, Director 

Lewis Gifford, Director 

Julia Whalen, Production Manager 

Arthur Petricone, Sales 
Services: Creative serNice and production of an- 
imated, squeeze motion and live-action films. 
F.4CILITIES: Stage, .animation department. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV CoMMEHCi.\Ls; for J. Walter Thompson Co. 
(Burry Biscuit Co.; Eastman Kodak Co.); BBDO 
(Continental Can Co.; Armstrong Cork Co.; Lib- 
erty Mutual Insurance Co.; F & M Schafer Brew- 
ing Co.; Wall Street Journal); Young and Rubi- 
cam. Inc. (Manufacturers Hanover Trust); Reach, 
McClinton & Co. (Prudential Insurance Co.); 
N. W. Ayer & Son, Inc. (Insurance Co. of North 
America; American Tel. and Tel. Co.); Sullivan, 
Stauffer, Colwell & Ba>es, Inc. (American Iron 
& Steel Institute). 

KNICKERBOCKER PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1540 Broadwav, New York, N.Y- 10036 

Phone: (212) CI 5-6710 

Date of Organization: 1947 

Howard S. Lesser, President 

Willard Van Dyke, Production Consultant 

Renzo Olivieri, Vice-President 

Agnes Grant, Secretary 

Frederic G. Calder, Sales Manager 
Services: Production from original research to 
finished film. F.\ciLi-nE.s: Cameras (35 & 16mm), 
hghting, and editing equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pic-ixbes; Oktoberfest; Inflatable Struc- 
tures (J. P. Stevens & Co.); A Simple Piece of 
Cloth (Infoplan)- 



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lANCE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

333 West 57th St., New York, N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) PL 7-6167 

Date of Organization: 19.50 

Lorren Lester, President 

George Lessner, Vice-President & Treasurer 

Alford Lessner. Executive Vice-President 

Robert Lessner, Vice-President Charge of Sound 
Services: Motion pictures, features, TV com- 
mercials, industrials, sound recordings, etc. Fa- 
Cn-ITIES; Sound stage; electrical equipment (sets, 
props, dolK'. etc. ) . 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictires; Bobo and His Travelling 
Troupe (26 fihns in color-Fantasy Featiues); 
The Head That Wouldn't Die (Carlton Pro- 
duction); The Naked Road (Bill Martin Produc- 
tion); Industrial (^U.S. Rubber). T\' Commer- 
cials for Cunningham & Walsh. Y & R, etc. 



LANCE STUDIOS 

151 West 46th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) JU 6-4233 

Date of Organization: 1948 

David Wasserman, Producer 

Amador Chaidez, Producer 

Doris Rontowsky, Art Director 
Services: Sound filmstrips, slides and motion pic- 
tures for sales meetings, public relations and em- 
ployee training. Slide-imation technique; art and 
three-dimensional models, mock-ups and special 
effects for sales meetings, industrial shows and 
TV commercials. Facilitizs: Art and production 
studios; scripts, ston. boards, art, music and sound, 
photography and editing. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

SuDEFiLMs: Top Management Conference 
(American Can Co.); Interline Sales Promotion 
(Eastern Airlines); Advertising & Promotion Sem- 
inar (National Distillers); Sales Meeting (Ma.\- 
well House); Sales Meeting (General Foods); 
Sales Meeting (American Home Foods); Intro- 
ductory Promotion (Mr. Wiggle Gelatin); 1966 
Advertising (Old Grand-Dad); Sales Meeting 
(Breck); Sales Meeting (Bellows Bourbon). 

Anthony Lane Film Studios, Inc. 
2 Overhill Rd., Scarsdale, N.Y. 
Phone: SC 5-3477 

Neil McCaffrey, in charge 

(See complete listing under Minneapolis.) 

ARTHUR LODGE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

333 West 52nd St., New York, N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) JU 2-5477 

Date of Incorporation : 1953 

Arthur |. Lodge, Jr., President 
Services: Industrial, documentar)', educational, 
and newsfilm production. FACiLmES: No data 
provided. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTio.N' PiCTiRES; Putting Sparkle in Our Lives 
(American Bottlers of Carbonated Beverages); 
Service Center for Industry (American Supply 
& Machinery Mfg. Assn.); The Quest for Per- 
fection (Rubber Mfg. Assn.); The Flame of the 
Future (American Gas Assn.); Design for High- 
way Safety (Automobile Mfg. Assn.); The Tree 
Farm (.\merican Forest Products Industries). 

JAMES LOVE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
550 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 100.36 
Phone: (212) JU 2-4633 
Date of Organization: 1952 
James A. Love, President 
Anne M. Love, Secretary 
Herlwrt R. Dietz. Vice-President 
Jack S.ifran. Laboratory Expediter 
Robert S. Cherin, Commercial Producer 



JAMES LOVE PRODUCTIONS: 
Services: Scripts, stor>l)oards, motion pictures 
for television and industry; slidefilms; TV pack- 
age shows. Script and consultation. Facilities: 
Offices, cutting rooms, art department; mobile 
location unit. Studio, creative, technical and pro- 
duction staff 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; Hasbro Toy Fair (Hassenfeld 
Bros.); Titanium Pigments (Titanium Pigment 
Corp.). Slidefilms: Slip, Trip & Fall; Scat Belts 
(Bell Tel. of Penna.). TV Commercials: for 
Home Town; Hector ( Bell Tel. Co.-Gray & Rog- 
ers); Cheerios (Gener.al Mills-Dancer-Fitzger- 
ald-Sample) ; Bounty; Dash; Oxydol (Proctor & 
Gamble-Dancer-Fit-/gpr:»l d-Samplc) and others. 

LUX-BRILL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

321 East 44th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) OR 9-6320 

Date of Organization: 1950 

Bernard Grossman, Production Supervisor 

Richard S. Dubelman. Producer & Director 

Herbert D. Brown, Editorial Dcpt. 

Anne L. Bauer, Office Manager 
Services: Live and /or animated motion pictures 
and slidefilms; ideas, writing, storvboards. art 
direction. Sales promotions, training films, docu- 
mentaries, TV commercials; editing and re-edit- 
ing company films; integration of fibi and live 
TV; rear projection and process photography. 
FACiLnTES: .Animation dept., studio; location 
equipment; editing and screening rooms; record- 
ing studio; creative and technical staff. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictires: Clinic for Transfusions (Chil- 
drens' Blood Foundation): TWA Tempo 1966 
(TWA); Great Moments (U.S. Army); Hallmark 
Presentation (Hallmark): U.S. Dept. of Labor- 
State Emplovment Guidance Films; Adoption 
(Foster Parents" Plan). T\' Commerclvls: for 
Crvstal Springs Water Co.; X.ational Biscuit Co.; 
U.S. .Armv; Alberto-Culver; Savarin Coffee; Eco- 
nomics Lab.; Empire Brushes; Taylor-Reed Corp.; 
Menley & James (various Contac products): Ster- 
ling Dnigs; General Foods Corp.; Royal Desserts; 
Crisco; Dash; Ivory (divisions of Proctor & Gam- 
ble): Vick Chemical; Tri-Point Industries: .Amer- 
ican Can Co.; Rheingold Beer; Jacques Kreisler 
Mfg. Corp.; Servel, Orkin Exterminating Co.; 
and others. 

LARRY MADISON PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Ill East 39th Street, New York, N.Y. 10016 

Phone: (212) 687-1890 

Date of Organization: 1962 

Larry Madison. President 

William Donati, Production Manager 
Services: Producers of industrial, documentary, 
public relations, sales, education and T\' films 
and commercials. Location shooting in color and 
B&W, 16 and 3.5mm. Facilities: 16 and 35mm 
.Arriflex; lighting and sound equipment for lo- 
cation shooting. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pk tires: The Last Frontier (U.S. Bu- 
reau of Land Management); Wild Heritage; 
Skect Shooting (Remington Arms Co.); A Touch 
of California (.Xmorican .Xirlines); As Tall As 
the Mountains ( Adolph Coors Co.). TV Commer- 
ciAh: for Salem cigarettes (ReyTiolds Tobacco 
Co.-Wm. EstvCo.). 

MARATHON INTERNATIONAL 
PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

10 East 49th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) 688-1130 

Cable: Maratelvis Newyork Telex: 01-2.5398 

Date of Incori">or,ition : 1948 

Branch: Studio Hamburg. Tonndorfer Haupt- 
strasse 90, 2 Hamburg-Wandsbek (70) Ger- 
many. Phone: 66881, Telex; 021 4218. Ca- 
ble: Studio Hamburg. Ruediger Proske in 
charge. 



NEW YORK PRODUCERS 



MARATHON INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTIONS: 

Konstantin Kaiser, President & Executive 
Producer 

Kenneth Baldwin, Exec. Vice-President; 
Supervisor of Production 

Joseph Clair, Gen. Mgr.-Production 

Leonard Weinstein, Accounts Dept. 
Services: Public information films, vyorldwide 
news service, company newsreels, special events 
coverage for industrv ; film editing, commercials, 
stock sbots. Videotape division: production, edit- 
ing, duplicating. FACiLrriEs; Complete 16mm and 
35mm production, recording, interlock and edit- 
ing facilities. Correspondent cameramen in the 
USA :in(i all countries nf the world. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; /mages '67 (Federal Repub- 
lic of Germanv); Moments in Washin0on 
(US/.A); Of Sea and Ships (Paramount); The 
Young Ambassadors; Treasure with Pleasure 
(Volkswagen of America). 



Mattco Associates, Inc. 
18 W. 45th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) OX 7-2896 

Winston Sharpies, Jr., Musical Director 

Clifford Baxter, Sales 

(See complete listing under Chicago area) 



MAYSLES FILMS, INC. 
1697 Broadway, New York, N.Y- 
Phone: (212) JU 2-6050 
Date of Organization: 1962 

David Mavsles, Albert Maysles, 

Stanley Hirson, Directors-Producers 
Services: All services in connection with produc- 
tion of motion picture films. Facilities: Total 
production facilities include special personally 
designed portable camera and sound equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti'res: (work in progress) The 
Computer in Retail Management (IBM); The 
Problem On Our Hands (Johnson tt Johnson); 
The Hemingway Mystique (co-production with 
Orson Welles); The Bible Salesman (independent 
non-fiction feature film); presentation films, 
trailers and T\' spots for American Cyanamid, 
MGM, 20th Century Fo x, and McCann-Erickson. 

Mclaughlin research corporation 

M R C Films Division 
71 West 23rd St., New York, N.Y. 10010 
Phone: (212) YU 9-1750 
Date of Organization: 1942 
Branch Office: 1110 13th St., N.W.. WashinR- 
ton. DC. Phone: (202) ST 3-0986 

C. H. McLaughlin, President 
O. C. Romanelli, Vice-President 

Lawrence .Mollot. Executive Producer-Director 

John Newport, Writer 

Ramsev Togo, Writer 

Walter Hertz, Sales, .V.Y. Office 

D. L. Whelchel. Sales. Washin0on Office 
W. E. McMahon, Technical Services 
Richard Fanizzi, .\rt Director, N.Y. 
Wayne Proctor, Art Director. Washington 
Edvvard Sinnott, Scenic Art 

Services: Production of motion pictures, film- 
strips, and recordings for TV industry and gov- 
ernment. Consultants to "in-plant" film units, 
providing script, editing, animation, recording, 
and production completion services. Facilfties: 
Writers, directors, editors, tind animation artists; 
30'x40' sound stage with 16' ceiling. Also special- 
ized scientific studio for micro, macro, and time- 
lapse photographv'. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti-hes; Minuleman in Montana; Syl- 



17(h PRODUCTION REVIEW 



143 



NEW YORK PRODUCERS 

McLaughlin research/mrc films: 

vania and Minuteman; Teamwork (Sylvania Elec- 
tronics Systems); Espionage Warfare (U.S. Air 
Force); Comnuinicatinn Tnols for Management 
(McLaughlin Research Corp.). 



Medical Dynamics, Inc. 
405 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10022 
Phone: (212) PLaza 1-7447 
(See complete data under Dynamic Films 
Inc. listing, this section) 



MERCURY NEWSFILM, INC. 
501 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022 
Phone: (212) PL 2-2224 

Date of Organization; 1961 
Date of Incorporation: 1963 

Benjamin S. Greenberg, President, Exectttive 

Producer 
Da\id P. Evans, Vice President, Director of 

Sales 
Marvin L, Holmes, Vice President, Director of 

Public Relations 
Samuel Kravitt, Treasurer, Director of Cine- 
matography 
Suzanne Holeton, Secretary, Adm. Director 
Services: Production and distribution of T\' 
AewsfiLris and Cameos, silent and sound Spe- 
cif assignments. FACn-iriEs: Editing, sound and 
hghtuig equipment: Arrifle.x, Auricon, Beaulieu 
Kodak, Bolex and Eyemo cameras; animation and 
titling equipment; radio recording services- still 
photo services. ' 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Y^™^\ P''^'«'^?i„ -^'^ fo' the Handicapped 
AT&T); Proiect 70 (U.S. Steel); Cirl on the Go 
(Eastrnan Chemical); 4-H Convention (General 
l-oods); Always on Saturday (Sears-Roebuck) 



METROVISION, INC. 
117 West 48th Street New York. N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) PLaza 7-3270 
Date of Organization: 1961 

I°J™ Y,; ^^^^'^' President, Exec. Producer 

Jolin VValek, Secretary. Treasurer 

Carroll Owen, Public Relations, Writer 

Nicholas Albano, Producer 

John Douglas, Production Manager 
Services: Motion pictures, filmstrips. slides for 
public relations, sales training, education tele- 
vision sales meetings. Specialized audio^-isual 
consultant ser\'ices. F.^cilities: Studios and of- 
fices eqmpped. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion- Picttres: Serving Up a Service (Johnson 
Bros.); En France (Scope Advertising): Asso- 
aate Degree Nursing (Kellogg Foundation); 
Quackery-Unfa.r Came; Stock Market Today 
(Self-sponsored) SLroEFiLMS: Home Building 
(Time-Life, Inc.); Theodore Dritzer (Theodore 
Dntzer Co.); Gas and Oil (Meredith Publishing 
Co>./"rf'«'7 & So. Plainfield (Borough of So 
Flamtield); Accmmting for your Future (Na- 
tional Assn. Certi fied Public Accountants). 

ARTHUR MOKIN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

17 West 60th St., New York, N.Y. 10023 

Phone: (212) PL 7-4868 

Date of Organization: 19.56 

-Arthur Mokin. President 

Joseph Weber, Distribution Manager 

Karen Chavis, Administrative Ass't. 
SER%acEs: Production and distribution of non- 
theatrical motion pictiires and slidefilms. Facili- 
ties: Camera and editorial equipment for 16mm 
production. Library and maintenance equipment 
for print distribution. 



ARTHUR MOKIN PRODUCTIONS: 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pict^tres: Offensive Backfield; Offen- 
sive Line; Defensive Football (Standard Brands. 
Inc.); Holy Communion; Morning Prayer (Exec- 
utive Council, Episcopal Church). 

MOSS COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 

10 East 40lh St., New York, N.Y. 10016 

Phone: (212) 889-7758 

D.ate of Organization: 1966 

Jack Moss. President 
Ser\ices: 16mm motion pictures, slidefilms, 
slides, and sales meetings for training, education, 
and motivation; and budget-service on-location 
s\Tic films. F.AcrLmEs: New company. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictxtres: The Dynamic People of GAC 
(General Acceptance Corp.); on-location sync 
films (Pepsi-Cola): Fancy Stitches (Japan Trade 
Center); Shhh! 180.000,000 Americans are Sleep- 
ing (Mohawk Carpet Mills). Slidefilms: 1967 
Promotion Presentation; Quality in Every Drop 
(Pepsi-Cola). S.\les Meetings: Portions of meet- 
ings for Pepsi-Cola, Mohawk Carpet Mills, Kelly- 
Springfield Tires, New York Oil Heat Assn. 

ARNOLD MORRISON LTD. 
150 West 55th St., New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) CI 5-2850 

Date of Organization: 1940 
Date of Incorporation: 19.57 

.\mold Morrison, President. Producer-Director 
Herbert L. Shore, Writer-Director 
Morton Silverstein. Creative Director 
Peter Jones, Script Supervisor 
H. C. .\nthonv. Production Supervisor 
Glen Moore, Musical Director 
Services: Creative planning and production of 
business, documentar\' and educational films. 
Consultation services for visual education. Eval- 
uation of film programs. Li%'e programs for sales 
meetings, conventions and sales promotion. Closed 
circuit TV production and planning. Faciuties: 
Filming and editing facilities; film library for 
stock footage and rear-screen projection. Film 
research. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictcres: Segments of At Isstie; Dollars 
& Cents: Yottr Dollars Worth (NET); Untitled 
sales promotion film (Metropolitan Life Insurance 
Co.). TV CoMifERCiALs: for AVNET Industries. 



MPO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
(A Subsidiary of MPO Videotronics) 

222 Ea.st 44th St.. New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) TN 7-8200 

Date of Organization: 1947 

Branch Offices: Michigan: Kerbawv-MPO 
1300 Buhl Bldg., Detroit. 48226. Phone: 
(313) 963-0201, Haford Kerbawv. Presi- 
dent. Illinois: 185 \. Wabash. Chicago. 
60601. Phone: (312) 372-1535. Bill Bailey. 
Manager. California: 800 N. Seward, Holly- 
wood. 90038. Phone: (213) HO 6-3341, Mel 
Dellar, Vice-President, Manager 

Tudd L. Pollock. President 

Marvn'n Rothenberg. Vice-President 

.\mold Kaiser, Vice-President 

Gerald Hirschfield, ASC. Vice-President 

Gustave Eisenmann. Vice-President 

H\' Goldman, Vice-President 

Marshall Stone, Vice-President 

Morton Dubin, Vice-President 

William Susman. Vice-President 

Sanford Greenberg, Trca-turer 

Sidney Jerris, Assistant Treasurer 

Michael Cimino. Joseph Kohn. Murrax- Lemer, 
Ira Mar^^n, David Monahan, David Nagata, 
Julius Potocsny, Robert Reagan. Lloyd Rit- 



M P O PRODUCTIONS INCORPORATED: 
ter, Victor Solow, Marshall Stone, Gerald 
Hirschfield, Leonard Hirschfield, Al De- 
Caprio, Charles Dubin, Peter Glushanolc 
Victor Lukens, Marvin Rothenberg, Director' 
Richard Dniz, Invin Forster, Thomas White- 
sell, Sheldon Friedman, Michael Angelo, 
Howard Title, Producers 

Sol Goodnoff. Director of Special Effects 

Paul Petroff. Director of Scenic Design 

Howard Baker. William Molyneux, 
Art Directors 

Ton\' Brooke, Leonard Hirschfield. Stan Mere- 
dith, Owen Roizman, Directors of 
Photography 

Julian Bergman, Bennet Canarick, George 
Fineman, Stuart Gellman, Hy Goldman, 
Gam' Hayes, Bill Kosh, Dan Heiss, Harry 
Howard, Robert LvTich, James MacLean, 
George Norris, E\a Radnay, Cal Schultz 
Frank Madden, Philip Colon, Editors 

Erik Hazel, Lou Leighton, Color Quality Con- 
trol 

Philip Frankel, Norman Gewirtz, George Mar- 
vin. Jerry Leeds, Assistant Directors 

Tape Films Inc.-Kenco 

Charies ■■Khto, General Manager 

Hal Briggs, Sales Manager 

Tom Jones, Storage Supervisor 
Sebvzcks: Complete production of motion pic- 
tures for sales promotion, training, public rela- 
tions and product demonstration. Fikned TV 
commercials. Distribution service to TV, stations, 
schools, etc. Film and live presentations and stage 
shows for industry, closed circuit and live pres- 
entations for sales force and management meet- 
ings. Entertainment packaging for banquets, 
meetings, etc. Communications counseling. Fa- 
CILITIFS: fNew Ynrkl: Large self-contained shi- 
dio center for sponsored films; includes 9 sound 
stages with lighting, photographic, and sound 
equipment, make-up and dressing rooms, screen- 
ing rooms, set construction shops, casting rooms, 
special effects shops: mobile units for on loca- 
tion photography; editing facihties, kitchens, 
paint shop, machine shop, recording studios: off- 
street ramps for loading. (California): Complete 
production facilities in the heart of the Holh- 
wood motion picture district including sound 
stages, lighting, shops, photographic and sound 
equipment, make-up and dressing rooms, etc. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion PiCTrTU-s: USS ERW Pipe: USS Con- 
tinuous Ca.'!tine: Manufacture of U. S. Steel 
Sheets (U. S. Steel Corp.); To Be a Man (Vale 
Universiti'); Search for the Lost Self (NET); 
Ron.ton Poifcr Center: Ron.ion Electric Tooth- 
hm.^h (Ronson Corp.); The Spy Who Came in 
for the Olds (General Motors-Oldsmobile Div.); 
.Accent on Excellence (General Motors-AC Spark 
Plug Div.); Fruits of our Labors (State of Cali- 
fomia-Deot. of Labor); The Travelodge Story 
(Travelodge Corp.): The World of Welding 
(Eutectic/Castolin Welding Alloys Corp.); How 
to Keep Your Man Well Dressed (Newsweek 
Magazine); The Coronet Tire (Armstrong Rub- 
ber Corp.); Miracure Bacon; The Golden Star 
(Armour & Co.); AccuRoU Chair Platforms; The 
Blaster (Universal Bleacher Co.); Inventory Man- 
agement Control Series: The Purdue Sales Game 
(Quaker Oats); Don't Tell Mu Wife (Piper Air- 
craft Corp.); Medium Duty Tilt Cab (Dodge- 
Truck Div.); Come On Up (Cessna Aircraft 
Corp.): For Every Tomorrow (Detroit United 
Foundation). SLroEFiLMS: Keylease Plan (Chr>-s- 
ler Leasing Corp.!. Sales Meetings: Distribu- 
tor Meeting-Lear Jet-Stereo Div.; '67 .Announce- 
ment Show-Dodee Div.; '67 Announcement 
Show-Chrisler-Plymouth Div.: IBM-General 
Electric Div.: Calvert Distillers; General Electric- 
Lamn D-v.. Housewares Di\-.: AT&T. TV Com- 
MERCiAis: for Ted Bates; Benton & Bowles; 
BBD&O; Leo Burnett; Compton; Dancer-Fitz- 
gerald-Sample; Lennen & Newell; J. Walter 
Thompson; Young & Rubicam. 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



MPO/Repeater Projector Division 
461 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 10016 
Phone: (212) TN 7-8200 

Don Woelfel, General Manager 

MULLER JORDAN AND HERRICK, INC. 

757 Third Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) MU 8-6900 

Date of Organization: 1955 

John T. Jordan, President 

NN'iUiam F. Herrick, Executive Vice-President, 
Charge of Audio-Visual Department 

Frank b. Nluller, Executive Vice-President & 
Treasurer 

Mark Perrier, Vice-President & Project 
Supervisor 

John D. Lind, Project Supervisor 

Edward Chasins, Director, Consumer Marketing 

Lew Zacks, Audio-Visuat Art Director 

Terrance Santry, Atidio-Vi-iual Assl. 
Art Director 

John Avildsen, Director, Motion Picture 
Production 

Lvnn Phillips, Audio-Vistial Sales 

Alan Zwick, Audio-Visual Sales 

Alex Palermo, Choreographer/ Director 
SER\^CEs: Motion pictures, presentations and 
staee shows for industry; slidefilms and other 
auoio-visual media. Service audio-visual print 
media and public relations accounts. F.^ciLmEs: 
Staff wTiters. directors, art director, art facilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Timehuyer; Gasoline Gulch 
(Shell Oil Co.); Whif Did I Ever Come Here 
for Oii-' (.Mid-Continent Oil Co.); Sulphur (Free- 
port Sulphur). Slidefilms: .50(/i Anniversary 
Banquet (Miles Shoes); Janiiury Sales (Thom 
McAJi); Media Presentation (Town & Country); 
Poverty (National Council of Churches); Made 
for the Sun Roofing; (Owens-Coming Fiber- 
glas); Credit (J. C. Penney); 1966 TV Cam- 
paign (.Metropolitan Life); S.L.T.: Float; Ex- 
plosion (I.B..\L); Changing Face (Industrial Dis- 
tribution); The N.E.A. Annuity Program (Pru- 
dential); Coil Springs; Railroad Products (.Mco); 
1966 Media Presentation (House Beautiful); 
1966 Media Presentation (Redbook); Vcar Props 
(Union Carbidr); Hardware Dealer (General 
Electric); Food Store PreserUation (Clairol). LrvE 
Shows: Corf am (Dupont); Tulsa Oil Show (Mid- 
Mtinent Oil Co.); Color TV (General Electric); 

ACDS; Fashion Presentation; L.A. Sales Mcit- 
'riy (Clairol); Design Explosion: In-Store Dem- 
onstration (Owens-Coming Fiberglas); Zef- 
rhrome (Dow Badische); Learning to Sew (|. 
C Penney); Men's Fibers Show (Celanese). 



* 



OWEN MURPHY PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

666 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) PL 7-8144 

Date of Organization: 1946 

Paul Cohen, President 

Eric H. Lawrence, Vice-Pres. in Chg. Editorial 

Robert Johnson, Supervising Editor 

Emanuel Munos. Editorial 

Arthur Kaplan, Controller 
Sfrvices: Motion pictures for industry and tele- 
ion; complete production: scripts, cinematog- 

^hy, editorial, recording; live and anim;ition. 
>picial editorial service for industrial photo- 
•jr.iphic departments. FACtLmES: Full produc- 
tion facilities including 35mm and 16mm cam- 
er.is; lighting equipment; magnetic sound re- 
I order*;; ninliile loc.ition unit; cutting rooms; re- 

iiding room and insert stage. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; The Journey iVSlA); Faith 
'"r Every Frontier; Spirit in the Tree; Cod 

"■aks my language (.Americ.in Bible Society); 
fa Commtinicatious; Western as We Srr It 

merit, in Tel. & Tel. Co.); Brookhaven Sprc- 



OWEN MURPHY PRODUCTIONS: 

trum (Brookhaven National Lab.); Test of the 
Champion; Backstretch to Homestretch (N.Y. 
Racing Assn.). 

NESTINGEN FILMS 

156 East 52nd Street, New York, N.Y. 10022 

Phone: (212) PL 9-8260 

Date of Organization: 1957 

Don N'estingen, President 

P. Burke, Vice-President 

Donovan Thesenga, Production Manager 

Hugh Schuck, Producer 
Services: 16 and 35mm motion pictures for busi- 
ness and indiistni'. Facilities: Cameras, lighting, 
sound and editing equipment 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Typctronic Story; Qual- 
itu-The Story of a Product (SCM); Minerals 
Plant Engineering (Swindell Dressier Div, Pull- 
man); Aluminum Production (Howmet Corp.); 
FifP Resistant Fbiids (E. F. Houghton & Co.). 

NFL Films, Inc. 
1 Rockefeller Plaza. Suite 791, New York, 

N.Y. 10020 
Phone: (212) 765-2050 
(See complete listing under Philadelphia, Pa. 



Fred A. Niles Communications Centers, Inc. 
108 West End Avenue, New York, N.Y. 
Phone: (212) SUsquehanna 7-8770 

Charles Ticho, Vice President 

(See complete listing imder Chicago area) 

AMRAM NOWAK ASSOCIATES, INC. 
254 West 54th St., New York. N.Y, 10019 
Phone: (212) LT 1-3140 

Date of Organization: 1960 

Date of Incorporation: 1966 

.■\mrarn Nowak, President 

David Hoffman, Vice Pres.. Creative Director 

William Compton, Production Director 

Jerry Pantzer, Cameraman & Editor 

Sally Chaney, Production Manager 
Services: Producer of documentary motion pic- 
tures and public service TV spots for health, 
social u'elfare. religious and educational atren- 
cies. Facilities: Editorial rooms, insert stage, 
animation, screening room, executive offices. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picttpes: Pauline Trig(rr (Nation:il 
Education.il TV): Blue to Pink ( Metropolit.an 
Life): The Trouble with Eddie (United Com- 
munitv Funds of .America): The Battle Against 
TB; There is a Way (National Tuberculosis 
Assn.). TV Commercials: 1967 campaigns for 
National Conference of Christians and Jews, Na- 
tional Tuberculosis Assn.. Save the Children Fed- 
eration, Junior .Achievement, National Education 
Assn., De.afness Rese.irch Foundation, .and Na- 
tional Assn. of Social Workers. 

PACE PRODUCTIONS 

251 East 51st St.. New York, N.Y. 10022 

Phone: (212) PL 5-5486 

D.ite of Organization: 1961 

Romano \'anderl)es. President 

Pat Baum, Vice-President 
Services: Consultation, scripting and production 
of documentaries and industrial films; slidefilms 
FACiLmF_s: Screening, editorial, location, studio 
equipment av.iilable. Studio facilities located in 
.\msterd;ini. Netherlands. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Putuih.s; Hauaii-VSA (.American Ex- 
press Co.); Zirroni.wi (Foster Co.). Slidefilms: 
Sandalwood (.Arden Sales Corp.); Program In- 
troductions, Profit Route '67 (Amexco); others. 



PANEL FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

535 Fifth Avenue #611, New York, N.Y. 
10017 

Phone: (212) MU 2-8755 

Date of Incorporation: 19.59 

Henry E. Knaup. President 

Catherine Knaup, Vice-President 

.Alice Marzimo, Secretary & Treasurer 

John L. Huszar. Art Director 

Garv- Borresen, Editorial 
Sehvkes: .Motion pictures, filmstrips and slides, 
specializing in television test commercials. Facuj- 
TIES: Studio and location photoeraphv, editorial, 
sound recording, music and effects librarv' and 
art dept. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
T\' Commercials: for E.vcedrin. Sanka. Adulton 
(Young & Rubicon); Clorets. Scott Paper ^Ted 
Bates & Co. 1; Jergens Lotion. Woodburv (Cun- 
ningham & Walsh); Arrid (S S C & B); Sinclair 
(Geyer .Adv.). 

PECKHAM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
9 East 48th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) PL 8-0490 

Date of Organization: 1958 

John L. Peckham, President 

Harvey Y'ale Gross, Vice-President 

Peter H. Peckham, Secretary-Treasurer 

Tom Detienne, Director of Sales 

Hoyt Griffith, Editorial Director 
Services: 16/35mm films and slidefilms— busi- 
ness, industrial, government, TV sales promotion, 
public relations, theatrical, documentarv-. educa- 
tional, scientific. Commercials, programs for T\' 
in color and b&w; sales training, sales, advertis- 
ing films. F.ACILITIES: Creative, production and 
editorial depts.; Amflex cameras; also Techni- 
scope camera, 16/35mm animation camera; sync 
sound recording equipment; complete 35mm 
tr.ansfer &• mix facil't'es. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti-rfs: Simply Beautiful (.Avon Pro- 
ducts, Inc.); A Sense of Resvonsibilittj (News- 
week Magazine): We Hand You a Line (Italian 
Lines); A New Way to Set Type; From Thought 
to Page-Better Ways to Talk Business (IBM); 
Open Outcry! (N. Y. Coffee & Sugar Exchange); 
Color. Coverage and Compatibility (Life Maga- 
zine); E. S. R. (Sperry Gyroscone); Marketing 
Mix-Master (Stokely-Van Camp). Slidefilms: 
Simply Beautiful (.Avon Products. Inc.). TV 
Commercial: Had Any Lately? (Chateau 
Martin ) . 



PELICAN FILMS, INC. 
292 MaHisn,, ..\vc.. New York. N.Y. 10017 
Phone (212) OR 9-0670 

Date of Organization: 1954 

Branch Offices: Illinois: 410 N Michigan Ave.. 
Chicago, Phone: (312) 337-8116. Max 
Pride, Producer. Nlichigan: New Center 
Bldg., Detroit. Phone: (313) 871-4200. Ed 
Henry, Jr , Producer. California: Pelican 
Films of Califomia, Inc. 1777 North \'ine, 
Hollywood. Phone: (213) 469-5821. Tom 
Anderson, Executive Producer. 

Thomas J. Dunford, President 
.Arthur I. Ziuidcr, Vice-President ' 

Secretary/ Treasurer 
Marc T. Statler, Vice-President f 

Exeiiitivr Producer, Director 
S. William .Aronson, Vice-President, Sales 
Ted LowTy, Producer. Director 
Thomas .A. .Anderson. Executive Producer 
I.ars Caloniiis. Vicr President' Director 
Calhoun McKean, Producer-Director 



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NE>/V YORK PRODUCERS 

PELICAN FILMS INCORPORATED: 

John D. McShane, Producer-Director 

Mordi Gerstein, Producer-Director 

Paul Hane\', Producer-Director 

Beiigt Sommerscliield, Senior Editor 

Jerry Kaufman, Director/ Cameraman 

David Reisnian, General Production Manager 

Arthur yacks, Production Manager 

Jack Daniels, Sales Representative 

Sam Sperber, Sales Representative 

Bob Gold, Print Service Manager 

Jack I, Lumnier, Controller 
Services: Animation and live action motion pic- 
tures for T\' commercials, public relations, sales 
promotion, training and education. FACiLrriEs: 
Fully staffed and equipped animation studio 
(three Oxberry stands), editing, screening 
(35mm and 16mm), fullv staffed and equipped 
live-action stages (85' x 90' and 60' x 120'). 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- PicmnEs: Worthington (W'orthington 
Compressor Division); The Designer (Penton 
Publications): Repeal Anneal; Begin at The End 
(United States Steel). TV Commercials: for 
American .-Virlines (Doyle Dane Bembach); 
other national advertising agencies, for national 
and local advertisers. 



PGL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
25 East 26th St., New York, N.Y. 
Phone: (212) 679-2266 

Henry Trettin, President 

Alfred M. Viola, Executive Vice-President & 
Producer/ Director 

Anthony J. Ciccolini, Supervisor of Editing 

Raymond Lofaro, Sales Manager 

Jack Gold.smith, Creative Director 

Paul Winston, Industrial & Educational Films 
Services: Industrial, educational films, and tele- 
vision films. Facilities: for international produc- 
tion through associates in Rome, London and 
Tok-yo. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti'res: Harlem Globe Trotters; Win- 
chester Clay Bird Tournament (CBS Sports); 
Poly crest (Uniroval); Sheenya/Boy of Tokyo 
(United World Films). 



PICTURE HOUSE 

2000 Longfellow Ave., East Meadow, 

New York 
Phone: (516) IV 6-5180 

Date of Organization: 19.55 

Fidelis Blunk, President, in charge of 
Production 

Jean Rigo, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: Production of motion pictures for ed- 
ucation, industry, advertising and pubhc rela- 
tions. FACiLrriEs: Personnel and equipment for 
16/3.5mm production; location or studio. Editing 
department, animation facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictures: Dip Brazing of Aluminum 
(Hughes Treitler Mfg. Corp.); Ephphatlia (Mill 
Neck Manor School for the Deaf) ; Experimental 
Series for Audio-Visual Education of the Handi- 
capped (Private educational subsidv), Rallye de 
Monte Carlo and Marlboro Endurance Run 
(SAAB Automobiles, Inc.); The Laborers in the 
Vineyard (Wartburg Home for Aged-currently 
in production). 



PinARO PRODUCTIONS: 

Services: 35, 16mm motion picture and film- 
strips for TV and non-theatrical purposes; spe- 
cial effects, trick cinematography, stop motion, 
animation. Facilities: Live-action stage, spe- 
cially-modified equipment for stop-motion & trick 
work. .Animation stand, fixtures for unusual ef- 
fects. Two ,35 and Ifimin cameras. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTIOiN Pic:txires (.Animation): Germ and Child; 
Airtosis (Johnson Wax-Benton & Bowles); Hon- 
eysuckle (Ralston Purina-Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sam- 
ple. Inc.); Post Biography (Post Cereals-Benton 
& Bowles); Shu-lock (Talon-Delehantv, Kumit 
&Geller). 

THE PLACE FOR FILM-MAKING, INC. 

47 E. 44th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) 686-6922 

Date of Organization: 1966 

Joseph Lerner, President, Producer-Director 
Stephen Hajnal, Vice President, Producer 
Geraldine Lemer. Fi7m Editor 
Brenda Hajnal, Business Adminisiration 
Services: 16/35mm motion pictures and creative 
services including stop-motion photography. Fa- 
ciLrriEs: Editing rooms, complement of specialh- 
designed 35/ 16mm camera equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

(New company, organized in 1966) 

PORT-A-FILMS PRESENTATIONS, INC. 

422 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) 421-5811 

Date of Organization: 1963 

Hal Weiner, President 

Alan Rogers, Vice-President 

Susan O'Meara, Production Administrator 
Services: 16, 35mm TV commercials, industrial 
films and sales presentations. Production and pro- 
duction consultant services for films used exclu- 
sively in automatic 8mm projectors. FACiLrnES: 
editorial for 8, 16 and 35mm; distribution of 
management films in sound cartridges. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Blue Ridge Winkler (Zlowe 
Agency); The Living Center (Long Island Con- 
sultation Center); The Fabulous Concctrd (Con- 
cord Hotel); TV Commercials: for Wedgwood 
and Crown Staffordshire China (Rockmore, Gar- 
field & Schaub) . 

PRODUCING ARTISTS, INC. 

17 East 45th Street, New York, NY. 

Phone: (212) 661-2131 

Date of Organization: 1961 

Robert McCahon, President/ Director 

Andrew C. Doyle, Vice-President/ Director 

Michael Minerva, Editor 

Gordon WilHs, Cameraman 
Services: 16/ 35mm motion pictures and televi- 
sion commercials. FAcrLrriEs: sound stage at 537 
W. 59th St., New York City; editing facilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV CoMMEBCL\Ls: for Ford, 1967 Announce- 
ments (J. Walter Thompson Co.); Nabisco Shred- 
ed Wheat (Kenyon & Eckhardt); G. E. Air Con- 
ditioners, Ranges, Refrigerators (Young & Ru- 
bicam); Michigan Bell Telephone (N. W. Ayer) : 



PITTARO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
P.O. Box 428, Flushing, N.Y. 11367 
Phone: (212) BO 1-7277 
Date of Organization: 1965 
Ernest M. Pittaro, President 
Dolores Pittaro, Secretary 



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PRODUCINe ARTISTS INC: 

Esso, Enco, Humble & A. J. Foyt: Humble Oil 
Co. (McCann-Erick.son). 

PRODUCTION CENTER, INC. 
221 W. 26th Street, New York, N.Y. 
Phone: (212) OR 5-2211 

Date of Incorporation: 1955 

Himan Brown, President 
Services; 16/ 35mm motion pictures for theatri- 
cal and television use. Documentaries, TV com- 
mercials and sales presentations. FACiLmEs: 
Stages in New York City— with 35/ 16mm equip- 
ment for filming, recording and editing. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; The Stars Salute '66 (Federa- 
tion of Jewish Philanthropies); Anyone Around 
My Base (Jewish Chautaugua Society); A New 
Life (Jewish United Appeal); The Road Ahead 
(N.Y. Tel. Co.); Appointment with Tomorrow 
(N.Y. Bell Tel.). 



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CARL RAGSDALE ASSOCIATES, INC. 
318 East 45th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) 889-6575 
Date of Incorporation: 1944 
Branches: Washington, D.C. 20007. Phone: 

(202) 333-6767; 0.xnard, CaUfomia 93030. 

Phone: (805) 448-6610. 
Carl V. Ragsdale, President 
Hardy Glenn, Vice-President 
(Parent company of Sun Dial Films, Inc. 
See complete listing under Sun Dial Films, 
New York City area) 

ROBERT YARNALL RICHIE PRODS., INC. 
240 E. 46th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) MO 1-1380 

Date of Organization: 1948 

Robert Yamall Richie, President 
V. G. Richie, Secretary-Treasurer 
Gilda T. Gold, V. P. Chg. Production 
Services: Motion pictures for T\', industrial, 
documentary, 35 & 16mm b&w and color; shde- 
motion; filmstrips; scripts and story board treat- 
ments. Speciahsts in still photography. Facili- 
ties: Self -equipped for all phases of motion pic- 
ture photography; employing Mitchell cameras, 
Magnasvnc sound on location; shooting staff for 
sets and special effects. Lighting for large indus- 
trial interiors. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlires: Motion picture and still as- 
signments of untitled material for Association of 
American Railroads. Borg-Wamer Corporation, 
Hess Oil & Chemical Corp., Phelps Dodge Cop- 
per Products Corp., Texaco, Inc., Grolier Corp., 
Trans World .-Mrlines, American Tobacco, Pan 
American World Airways. 

RMA, INCORPORATED 

117 East 30th St., New York, N.Y. 10016 

Phone: (212) LE 2-7083 

Date of Organization: 1953 

Rene |. Mechin, Jr., President 

Peter Tumquist, Secretary-Treasurer-Producer 

Roger Dressier, Sales Manager 

William C. Cla\-pool, Art Director 
Services: TV graphics, commercials; industrial 
motion pictures; slide and sUdefilm presentations. 
Facilities: Creative department; art and photo 
studio. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictu-re: Have you Tried Them? (Pep- 
peridge Farm-Ogilvy-Mather) . Slidefilms: The 
75th Anniversary (Women's Division Institute 
of Life Insurance); N.R.M.A. (Bertell for Bell 
Tel.); General Food Presentation (McCall's); 
The Open Road (Camp Fire Girls). 



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ROSE-AAAGWOOD PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
72 West 45th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) TN 7-S020 
Date of Incorporation: December, 1961 
Branches: RMP Productions of California, 1380 
N. Van Ness Ave., Hollywood, Calif. 90028. 
Phone: (213) 446-8561. Jim Rose, Ex. in 
charge; RMP Productions of Chicago, 203 
N. Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. Phone: (312) 
372-8683. Ken Drake, £.v. in charge: RMP 
Ltd., 233 Jarvis St., Toronto, Canada. Phone: 
(416) 366-7917. Z;ile Magder, £.t. m charge: 
RMP (U.K.) Ltd. 3.5 Curzon St., London, 
W. 1, England. Phone: 493-5773. Jack 
RtfVTiolds, Ex. in charge. 
Jim Rose, President 

Howard Magwooi. Executive Vice-President 
Nat B. Eisenberg. Director 
Ernesto Caparros, Director of Photography 
Da\id Schermerliom, Production Mgr. 
Frank Kratochvil, Supenising Editor 
Leon Romaner, Comptroller 
Richard Mabli, Head, Print Dept. 
SER\acES: Production of TV spots, business, in- 
dustrial, sales and training films. Facilities: 
Offices, studios, editorial and distribution facili- 
ties in N.Y.C.; branches in Los Angeles, Chicago, 
Toronto, and London. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV CoM.MERCL^LS: Chemsirand Island ( Burling- 
ton Industries-Doyle, Dane & Bembach); Car- 
lings Beer Break (Carlings Brewers- Jack Tinker 
& Partners); Ford Cetawaij (Ford Motors-J. Wal- 
ter Thompson); Utica Club Vignettes (Utica 
Club Brewers- W'ells. Rich & Greene); Alha Selt- 
zer Acid Test (Miles Laboratories-Jack Tinker 
& Partners ) . 



ROSSMORE PRODUCTIONS 
AND SELLING METHODS, INC. 
50 East 42nd Street. New York, N.Y'. 10017 
Phone: (212) MUrray Hill 2-3625 

Date of Organization: May, 1959 

Branch Office: .54 Rossmore .\ve.. Bronwille, 
NY. 10708. Phone: (914) SP 9-5786 

.\nne Koller. Producer 

M. G. Baas, Creative Director 

G. L. Hesse, Production Manager 
Services: Creation and production of motion pic- 
tures, filmstrips. slides, flipcharts and presenta- 
tions for training, sales promotion, and merchan- 
dising. Facilitie-s: Photographic and art studios; 
research, development and creative depts. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Live Shows: (with visualizations) Tlie Fash- 
ion Equation (National Shoe Retailers Assn.); 
Outerwear Everywhere (National Outerwear 
Sportswear Assn.); Suing With London; Go-Co 
Britain (Associated British Industries). Slide- 
films: Fiin in Trinidad: Tohago for Relaxing, 
lie. (British West Indian .Ainvavs); The 
\hominahle \o-Man; The Abominable .Vo-iiian 
Coes on Record (Amprobe Instruments Corp.); 
The Customer on Your Horizon (E. I. duPont 
de Nemours); Easy as One, Two, Three (Rud- 
co and Moore Business Forms). 

Ross Roy, Inc. 
500 Fifth Avenue, .New York, N.Y. 10035 
Phone: (212) 565-3200 

William A. Walker, Executive Vice-President 
F. Henry Larsen, Vice-President & Acct. Exec. 
(.See listing in Detroit. Mich, area) 

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KEN SACO ASSOCIATES, INC. 
777 Third Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) 688-2015 

Date of Organization ; 1957 

Ken Saco, President 

Curt Lowey, Executive Art Director 
Services: Design, create and supervise produc- 
tion of films, filmstrips and slide presentations. 
Facilities: Design studio. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Evolution of Management 
System (IBM); MGM Kaleidoscope (MGM); 
Mechanization of Aerial Photography; Physics 
Shotv; Pennytevie (Ea.stman Kod.ik). 

SANDAK-COLOR ILLUSTRATIONS, INC. 

4 East 4Sth Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phones: (212) 688-2460 

Date of Organization: August, 1937 

Victor H. Sandak, President 
Harold J. Sandak. Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: Industrial and educational audio-\isual 
presentation program producers; planning, writ- 
ing, design, photography, slides, filmstrips, 
sound slidefilms. Facilities: Art and pho- 
tographic studios; processing labs; Oxberry 
stand. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: Span of Time (Time, Inc.); Atti- 
tude (Nabisco); Leapt/car for Selling (Arm- 
strong Cork Co.); Metropolitan Comic Books 
(Solow Wexton); Timeless Art (Metropolitan 
Life Ins. Co. ) . 

LEW SCHWARTZ/DEL SOL INC. 

440 East 57th Street, New York, N. Y. 10022 

Phone: (212) PL 2-0923 

Date of Organization: September, 1964 

Lew Sayre Schwartz. President 

Ed McNIahon, Vice President 

James Cronin, Vice President /Secretary 
Services: Film production, exhibitions, design, 
visualization and consultation, graphics, slide 
presentations. Facilitie,s: 5.000 sq. ft. of work- 
shop space (carpentry shop), art studio — sew- 
ing machine, motion picture editing facilities, 
insert stage; slide & motion picture projection 
equipment, slide libr,iry, animation camera stand 
facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
T\' Com.mehcials: Peanuts (Peanuts .\ssociates. 
Inc.); Donbtc-Dividcnd Days ( Chevrolet /Camp- 
bell-Ewald Co.); Family Essentials (."Vvon/ 
Dreher Advertising); Birds, Bees & Italians (Sev- 
en .Arts .Associated Corp.); .Manhattan Fund 
(Grey Advertising, Inc.). 

MICKEY SCHWARZ PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

419 East 54th Street, New York, N.Y'. 10022 

Phone: (212) 421-7440 

Date of Orgimization: 1962 

Branch Office: Academy T\' Film Productions 
of Canada, 433 Jarvis St., Toronto 5, On- 
tario, Canada. Phone: (416) 92.5-5997. 

Mickey Schwarz. Owner. Producer-Director 

Eugene Chirk, Executive Producer 

Janet Plucknctt, Production Manager 

Arthur Weiss, Editor 
Services: Scripts, writing, artwork, ston,boards, 
layouts, complete animation, live production, edit- 
ing. Facilities: Stage with permanent cxclorama. 
screening room, cutting facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
T\' Co.MMEiiciAUS; for Timcx Watches (W;irvvick 
& Legler); Primatcnc Mi.st (Ted Bates & Co.); 
Drcwry's Beer (Doyle, Dane Bembach); Res- 
pond Hair Spray (Norman, Craig & Kummel); 
General Electric (Clyne, Moxon). 



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SCREEN PROJECTS, INCORPORATED 
880 Third Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022 
Phone: (212) MU 8-5255 
Date of Incorporation; 1965 
William Nojes, President 
Patricia Keane, Safes Representative 
Services: Motion picture, filmstrip and slide pre- 
sentations for industry and T\'. Facilities: Fa- 
cilities available for location or studio photog- 
raphy ;(nd sound recording. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Look at the Bright Side 
(WOR-TV); Festa Italiana (RKO General Pro- 
ductions); A World in Communication (ITT 
World Communication Inc. -Foreign language 
versions). Slidefilms: Welcome to Jefferson City 
(Chesebrough-Pond's-Fenga & Berkovitz. Inc.); 
Impressions of Excellence (McCall Printing 
Corp.-Comart, Inc.); Happenings 1967 (Paul 
Bradlev, Inc.-Visual Marketing, Inc.); Go Go 
Gilbert (A. C. Gilbert Co. Visual Marketing, 
Inc.). 

SENECA PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

21 West 46th St., New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) LT 1-0480 

Date of Incorporation: 1961 

Robert Gaffney, President 

Robert I. .McCarty, Secretary-Treasurer/Vice- 
President 
SEH\^CEs: Motion pictures, including the produc- 
tion of features. F.^ciLrriEs: Casting; sound li- 
brary; editing; recording: 70mm. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

MoTio.v Pictures: Nuclear Potver for \ew Jer- 
sey (Public Seri-ice Elec. & Gas Co.); American 
Field Service; Atoms on the Move (.\EC/Benni 
Korzen); 70mm Directing/ Photography unit by 
Robert Gaffney for Netherlands Expo '67 and 
Canadian National Railways Expo "67. 

SHOW ASSOCIATES INC. 
150 West 55th Street, New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phones: (212) 581-5420/5732; 245-5618 

Date of Organiz.ition: 1963 

Rodney C. Chalk. President 

Stan LoPresto, Vice-Pres-ident 

Sidney Eagle, Secretary-Treasurer 

Sandra Horn, Peggy Friedman 
Services: Production of theatrical, training, TV, 
industrial and public relations films: still pic- 
tures, slide .ind lilmstrip productions. Facilities: 
3.5/ 16mm color, b&\v: still photography 4x5, 120, 
35mm. Equipment inclucles .\uricon, .\rriflex, 
Bolex, Nagra, Linhof, Rollei, Nikon. Location 
shooting, also undenvater, aerial and macropho- 
tography. Studio and screening room. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion PktuhI-s: First Miseries; In the Begin- 
ning (CBS-TV); Fiesta Europa (.Veronavcs dc 
Mexico); Chaoui Faces His Future: Two Brazils 
(United World Films); The Good Life (United 
Presbvterian Church); Our Language and Cul- 
ture (The University of the State of New York). 



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SKYLINE FILAAS, INC. 

501 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) 986-1737 

Date of Inc-orporation: 1963 

Joseph F. McDonough, President 

Divici Saperstein, Vire-Presidrnt 

Charles S. .\doniey. Vir(-rrc.M'</rii( 

Mrs. Wanda Wot/.l Editorial Suprrx-i.'ior 

.Miss Catherine M.um, Prm/iicfion Services 
Services: Motion pictures, television commer- 
cials, sliclefilms and all areas of business com- 
munication including graphics. Facu-ITIES: E.x- 



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NEW YORK PRODUCERS 

SKYLINE FILMS: 
ecutive produchon offices; screening, editing; art 
and graphics department. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictubes: Overture to Tomorrow; I 
Can, Of Course I Can (Litton Industries-Hewitt 
Robins Div.); Previews (American Machine & 
Foundr\); Stimulating the Classroom Experience 
(11 films) (Science Research Associates). Pre- 
views (American Machine & Foundry). Slide- 
FIL^r: Teacher Education (Science Research As- 
sociates). TV CoMNrERCL\LS: for Gold Medal 
Flour ( N'ucoa-Dancer, Fitzgerald, Sample; Esso 
(McCann, Erickson); Station Wagon (Prudential- 
Reach McClinton ) ; Kava (Borden Co.-Ross-Roy); 
Western (Westinghouse International air condi- 
to'onei ) . 



HENRY STRAUSS & CO., INC. 
31 West 53rd St., New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) PLaza 7-0651 

Date of Organization: 1951 
Henn.' Strauss, President, Executive Producer 
Robert Wilmot, Vice-President, Producer 
Mar\in Dre\er, Producer 
Allan Schwartz, Production Manager 
William Hagens, Vice-President, Training 
Jerr>' La\'in, Research, Development 
Mary Lynn Hanle\', Distribution 
SER\acES: Internal and external communications, 
including public and employe attitude develop- 
ment; education, sales training; sales promotion; 
communit>', customer and industrial relations; 
management and staff training, through program- 
med motion pictures (excluding TV commer- 
cials). Semi-animated and shdefilms, training 
courses and guides; printed and recorded ma- 
terial; other coordinated audio-Nasual tools. Fa- 
cn-mES: All necessar.' for research, planning, 
programming and the creation and production 
of these media. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictl-bes: Wings to Great Britain; Are 
You Listening?; Horizons Unlimited; Your Cal- 
leti; Passenger & Cargo Telephone Salesmanship 
Cases; Passenger Airport Customer Service Cases 
fPan American .\ir\vays); Small Miracle; For 
Your Benefit; The Magic Ingredient ( IBM ) ; The 
Managerial Revolution (National Industrial Con- 
ference Board); Rocky, An Informal Portrait 
(Friends of the Rockefeller Team); Only One 
Opening (Michigan State Universitv')- 



STURGIS-GRANT PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

328 East 44th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) 689-4994 

Date of Organization: 1948 

Warren Sturgis, President 

William H. Tern,'. Executive Vice-President 

Benedict Magnes, Vice-President & 
General Manager 

Wv-nne S. Eastman, Associate Medical Producer 

William T. Moeller, Production Supervisor & 
Chief Cameraman 

Orestes Calpini, Art Director & Animator 

LawTence T. Quartararo, Chief Animation 
Cameraman 

Charles E. Dutchess, M.D., Medical Consultant 
Services: Educational, industrial and documen- 
tary films and filmstrips; special emphasis on 
me<licine, health and science; animation of all 
tvpes, scripts and stor>'boards; TV commercials; 
demonstration films; foreign language adapta- 
tions; service work; Cinegraphic exhibits. Facili- 
ties: Mitchell and Arriflex 16/35mm cameras; 
special timelapse, cinephotomicrographic. and 
endoscopic camera equipment; two 1 6/ 35mm 
Oxberry animation cameras and stands; full art 



STURSIS-GRANT PRODUCTIONS: 
studio; sound stage, sets; recording, editing facili- 
ties. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictl!\I::s: Barrier Packs and Sterility; 
Barrier Packs and Their Manufacture; Lister's 
Laparotomy Pack-Disposahle Drapes (Johnson & 
lohnson); Automatic Ligature Ilcmoslat (AMP, 
Inc.); Carcinoma of tlie Breast, Parts /, //, /// & 
rV (Francis D. Moore, M.D.); Cracking the Code 
of Life (American Cancer Society); Convulsive 
Seizures: Hypnotic Induction and Control (Her- 
bert Spiegel, M.D.); Differential Diagnosis of 
Muscular Dystrophy and Related Conditions 
(Muscular Dystrophy -\s.sociations of America); 
First Graders in Church School (Board of Parish 
Education, Lutheran Church in America); The 
Measurement of Depression (L;ikeside Labora- 
tories); The Moore-Lunceford Knee Prosthesis; 
The Moore Vitallium I-Beam Prosthesis in Arth- 
roplasty of the Hip; Vitallium Prosthetic Replace- 
ment of Distal Humerus for Parosteal Osteosar- 
coma (Howmet); Oral Care and Preventive Hy- 
giene for the Mentally Retarded (Squibb); Sym- 
metry (Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn for Na- 
tional Science Foundation). 



SUN DIAL FILMS, INC. 
318 East 45th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) 889-6575 

Date of Incorporation: 1944 

Branch Offices: Sun Dial Fihns, Inc. 3133 
Copperthwaite Lane, Washington, D. C. 
20007. Phone: (202) 333-6767. Hardy 
Glenn, E.Tec. Producer in charge. 
Carl Ragsdale Associates, Inc. 3133 Copper- 
thwaite Lane, Washington, D. C. 20007. 
Phone: (202) 333-6767. Hardy Glenn, 
Exec. Producer in charge. 
Sun Dial Films, Inc., 205 W. Hueneme Rd. 
Oxnard, Calif. 93030. Phone: (805) 448- 
6610. Carl V. Ragsdale, President 

Carl V. Ragsdale. President 

Hardy Glenn, V.P. & Exec. Producer 

Tom Carroll. Jr., Writer-Director 

Donald B. MacLeod, Production Manager 

Hairy Bjorkstrom, Production Supervisor, 

Director 
Paul Fitzpatrick, Animation Director 
David Donovan, Head. Editorial Dept. 
Meta A. Parker, Comptroller 

Services; Motion pictures and slidefilms for in- 
dustrv, government, trade associations, advertis- 
ing agencies and pubhc relations firms. Complete 
ser\'ices from script to screen. Facilities: Offices, 
screening and editing rooms; complete produc- 
tion facilities including extensive technical ani- 
mation staff. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictubes: A Year Towards Tomorrow; 
While I Run This Race (Office of Economic 
Opportunity— Vista); Basic Techniques of 
Droivnproofing (Water Safety Programs); The 
American Navy in Viet Nam; So Note You Have 
an Agreement; The Submariner (U.S. \av\'); 
New Guidelines for the Well-Landscaped Home 
(American Assn. of NurservTnen); Highlights of 
1966 (Office of Space Science & Application, 
\.\S.\). Slidefilms: A series for the U.S. Naxy, 
West Coast. 

(see listing of Ragsdale Associates) 



Tapex 
300 East 46th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) OX 7-6655 
Herb Horton, Executive-in-Charge 
(See listing of Filmex, Inc. this section) 



TELIC, INC. 

630 Ninth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) 582-3480 

Date of Incorporation: 1956 

Elwood Siegel, President, Executive Director 

Edward F. Boughton, Vice-Pres., Exec. Prod. 

Walter Rothschild, General Manager 

Philip F. Brennan, Production Manager 

Nancy D. Conrad, Afimints(ra(ion 

Fran Amitin, Asst. for Program Development 
Services: Motion picture designers and produc- 
ers; audio\isual program consultants. Script-to- 
screen service for business, in(lustr>', agriculture, 
education, government & TV. Maximum security 
project department; live action and/or animation. 
Writers, directors, cameramen, soundmen, editors 
and co-production units for "in-plant" assign- 
ments. FAcn-rriES: Air conditioned facilities for 
35mm/ 16mm color and b&w production. Cam- 
eras (recorders, electrical equipment, lights, grip, 
prop equipment; camera cars. Insert studio; 
make-up and dressing rooms; completely equip- 
ped editorial rooms for special projects; offices 
for planning and writing. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlties: Cooke's Tour, Training the 
Wholesaler (.Armstrong Cork Co.); Silent Iceberg 
Detection Radar (Sperry Gyroscope Co.); The 
Sound of Bread, Eastern Haymaking, Western 
Haymaking, The Netv Holland Baler, Combine, 
Hayliner, Hower Conditioner, Forage Harvester, 
Speedrotver, Spreader (New Holland Division, 
Sperrv- Rand Corp.); Bulk Delivery of Mobil 
Sorbead, The Bunkering Operation. How Mi/Dac 
Works. Hmv to Cut Fuel and Oil-Handling Costs, 
The Inside Story, Mi/Dac and Management, 
Mobilmet, Super Mobil (Mobil Oil Corp.); 
special projects. Dept. of Defense. TV Com- 
mercials: for Armstrong Cork (Batten, Barton, 
Durstine & Osbom); New Holland Div., Sperry 
Rand Corp.; Red Rose Tea (Simonds, Payson 
Company). 

TFI Productions, Inc. 
150 West 54th St., New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) CO 5-3520 

(see listing of Training Fihns. NYC) 

TMl PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

145 East 49th St., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) PLaza 2-2635 

Date of Organization: 1966 

Sidnev M. Maran. President 

Stanle\- Turtletaub. Executive Vice-President 

Priscilla Yoimg, Production Assistant 

Marsha Tisman, Production Assistant 
SER\acES: Creative scripts, art, recording, direc- 
tion and photography for slidefilms, motion 
pictures, sales meetings, live presentations, sem- 
inars, industrial shows, school educational pro- 
fframs, TV commercials, theatrical and TV pro- 
ductions. Facilities: Production from scriptwTit- 
ting to screening and direction of live presenta- 
tions. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Tfiis is Versatility. C-60 
Luminaire (.Armstrong Cork Co.); The Story of 
G.A.C. (General Acceptance Corp.) Pepsi Potirs 
It On; Twenty Days in July (Pepsi-Cola Co.); 
Land Use Planning (script-Federal Aviation 
.\gencv); Hospital Interphone (.\merican Tel. & 
Tel.) Slidefilms: So Ym: Want to be a Sales- 
man: How to Overcome Ohjections: Huntley- 
Brinkley Report on the Pepsi-Cola Stonj; loan 
Crawford and the Pepsi-Cola Quality Story 
(Pepsi-Cola Co.); G..A.C. Collections (General 
Acceptance Com.). TV Commercials: for At- 
lantic Coast Conference Basketball Playoffs; 
U.S.S. North Carolina Battleship (Pensi-Cola 
Co.). Sales Meetincs: National Pepsi-Cola In- 
dustrial Shotv; Lease Plan International Manage- 
ment Meeting. 



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Tobin International Productions, Inc. 
527 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022 
Russell Jones, in charge. 
(For complete listing see New York state area). 

TOMLIN FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

405 Lexington Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) OXford 7-0003 

Date of Organization: 1939; Inc. 1946 

Frederick A. Tomlin, President 

Carl A. Tomlin, Vice-President 

Mary D. Tomlin, Secretary-Treasurer 

Harr>- L. FKnn, Sales Manager 
Services: Production of sales promotion, institu- 
tional, and industrial motion pictures; sound 
slidefikns, wide-screen slides and filmstrips; 
standard slides and filmstrips; side-motion pic- 
tures. Facilities: Photographic studios with front 
light projection system; film editing rooms; t\vo 
16mm/35mm Oxberry animation stands; 16mm 
Picture and Track interlock projection; 16mm 
motion picture c.imeras. 

lECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictires: H.I.D.E. (Pratt & Whitney 
Aircraft); 6 HoUings TV Spots; llollings for Sen- 
ator (Hardy-Kotis .Associations); .\FSC TV Spots 
(.American Friends Service Committee); G. M. 
Detroit Leadership; We Were There; Diesel 
Dazzle-IQ66 National Convention (G. M. Die- 
sel). Slidefilms: Contemporary Ceramics; Art 
of Personal Adornment (American Craftsmen's 
Council); 1966 White Horse Scotch Wholesalers' 
Presentation (Browne-Vintners Co.); Marketing 
Philosophy and Marketing Potential; Sales Meet- 
ing (Simmons Co.); Factorii Tour (Uniroyal 
Co. ) ; Frito Lay Advertising Presentation ( Frito 
Lav Inc.); Football Hall of Fame (.Allied Chem- 
ical Co.); Annual .Meeting — CDA Irulustry-Wide 
Strategy (Copper Development .Vssn.); Report 
tn Stockholders; Birds Eve Meeting (General 
Food Corp.): \DPC and' Data Processing (Na- 
tional Dairy Products Corp.); District Managers' 
Meeting (J. C. Penney Co.); Management Con- 
ference (International Basic Economy Corp.). 

TRAINING FILMS, INC. 

150 West 54th St., New York. N.Y. 10019 

Phone: (212) CO 5-3520 

Affiliate: TFI Productions, Inc. 

Date of Organization: 1948 

Robert A. Lightbum, PresiderU 

Howard Stiles, Production Mgr. 

Robert McCoun, Coordinator 
SERvacES: Specialize in production of industrial 
and educational filmstrips and shdes; non-thea- 
trical 35/16/8mm motion pictures for industry, 
TV and the:iter; filmographs. easels, booklets, 
etc. Consultants on audio-visual presentation for 
meetings; mobile training schools for dealers. 
Distributors of a-v equipment. Tape and disk 
recording and duplication; duplication of film 
and tape for Beseler Salesmate and continuous 
8mm sound projectors. Wide-screen panoramic 
and multi-projector filmstrip presentations. F.\- 
cn-iTiES: Animation and live action facilities in 
the U.S. and abroad; 35mm Oxberry equipment. 
Research, vvxiting, graphic arts, photographic 
arts, narration. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; Stony Brook Highlands (Stony 
Brook Development Co.). Slidefilms; Oil. Air, 
ar\d Gas Filter Merchandising; Purolator Prod- 
ucts—special versions for Gulf Oil Co., Mobil Oil 
Co., Pnillips Petroleum Co., Cities Service Oil 
Co.; Lake End Sales; Read Dnig Presentation; 
Pigglv' Wiggly; Suler Food Service (Personal 
Products Co., a Division of lohnson & Johnson); 
What is S.C.E.I.? (Safe Car Educational Insti- 
tute); Crash USA (Automotive Service Industrv' 
Assn.) Crash Cariada (Automotive Industries 
.■\ssn. of Canada); New York State Motor Vehi- 
cle .\ssn.; Life, Fire & Casualtv-; Blue Cross, 
Blue Shield ) ; Motor Vehicle Information Sys- 



TRAINING FILMS INCORPORATED: 

tem; IBM 1050 Tape Series; 29 Operators Train- 
ing Course; Bridge Tapes (IBM); Stock Market 
Report Tapes (Brokerage Houses). 

JOSHUA TREE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

43 W. 47th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) CO 5-5800 

Date of Organization: 1964 

David W. Funt, President 

E. David Lukiishok, Vice-President 

Richard Weinman, Production Mgr. 

Lynn Feld, Office Mgr. 

Bernard Bookistein, Studio Mgr. 
Services: TV commercials, business & educa- 
tional films & filmstrips; scripts; editorial services. 
Facilities; Creative department; sound stage; 
16/35mm production, editing & screening rooms. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Antarctica-The Last Continent 
(McGraw-Hill); Hamel & Gretel; Rumpelstilt- 
skin; Jack and the Beanstalk; Emperor's New 
Clothes; Princess and the Pea (Childwavs, Inc.). 
TV Pilot: Paradox (Transworld Broacicasting). 
TV Commercials: for .\erowax (.McCann-Erick- 
son); President's Council for Physical Fitness 
(Papert, Koenig, Lois); Fact Toothpaste; Prolong 
(Grey -\dvertising); Ora; Calamatum (Kator, 
Foote, Hilton & .-Vtherton), etc. 



T. V. GRAPHICS, INC. 

369 Lexington Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 

Phone: (212) TN 7-3330 

Date of Organization; 1949 

Bernard Rubin, President 

Lee Blair, Exec. Vice-President & Treasurer 

Sid Greenhaus, Vice-President & Prod. Mgr. 

Louis Melamed, Vice-President & Sales Mgr. 

Harold Wondsel, Director, Indxistrial Sales 

Bernard Rubin, Peter Tvtla, Directors 

Walter Rogge, Head Editor 

Larry Pall, Director of Photography 

Lee Blair, Animation Head 
Services: Commercial production for advertising 
and industry, live action, rear projection, stop 
motion, special effects, full animation. Facili- 
ties; Sound stage, 75' x 100; stop motion stage; 
Mitchell rear-screen process projector; anima- 
tion and art department; optical printing. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV Commercials: for Thom McCann (DDB); 
Texaco (B&B1; N. Y. Telephone Co. (BDD&O); 
Ma.xvvell House (B&B); Ideal Toy, Prolong 
(Grey); Proctor & Gamble (Dancer, Fitzgerald- 
Sample); Salada Tea (Norman, Craig & Kum- 
mel); Bumble Bee Salmon (Richard K. M.anoff); 
United .Mr Lines (Leo Burnett); Duncan Hines 
(Compton); Clairol (Foote, Cone & Belding); 
Dristan (Wm. Estv); Lipton Tea (SSC&B); 
Shell (Ogilvv & Niather); Kara-stan (AC&R); 
Neet (Gumbiner-North); and Absorbine {]. 
Walter Thompson). 

(.\lso see Film Graphics, this section) 

UNITED STATES PRODUCTIONS, INC 

(Incorporating Science Pictures 

and Information Productions) 

5 East .S7th Street, New York, N.Y. 10022 

Phone: (212) PLaza 1-1710 

Date of Organization; 1946 

Francis C. Thayer, President 

Bob Dierbeck, Producer 

Tnm Hollv-man. Producer-Director 

Paul Huang, Producer 

Bert Shapiro, Producer-Director 

Clem Stigdon, Producer-Director 

Roger Boblcy, Production Monflger 

.\nn Freydberg, Production Coordinator 
Services: Production from conception through 
printing and distribution for theatrical, television, 
educational and industrial motion pictures, sound 



NEW YORK PRODUCERS 



UNITED STATES PRODUCTIONS: 

slidefilms. FAcn-mEs: Complete production fa- 
cilities; color, b&vv. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictires; On Target (Sperrv' Gyro- 
scope Co.); Island Called Wallops; Last Worry- 
ing Place (NASA); Mission: Oceanography 
(U. S. Navv); The Name of the Game is Money 
(ITT); The Astronomer; The Meteorologist 
(United World). Slidefilm: Bolivia (Research 
Institute for the Study of Man). 



UNIVERSITY FILMS, INC. 
(William P. GoHlieb Co.) 

36 West 60th St., New York, N.Y. 10023 

Phone: (212) 581-5582 

Date of Organization: 1949 

William P. Gottlieb. President 

Walter F. Schaap, Vice-President 

Aida Colt. General Manager 

Ed Dahlin, Art Director 
Services: Creation and production of sound 
slidefilms and filmstrips. Specialists in educational 
and institutional work, sales promotion, person- 
nel training, business-sponsored filmstrips for 
school distribution. Writing and production 
of illustrated booklets. FAcn-rriEs: Research and 
scriptwTiting staff; art department, photo studio; 
recording and projection equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: The Architect (F. W. Dodge Co.); 
Zero Defects (Factory Magazine); Collected 
Works of Tecn-Age Art (Scholastic Magazines): 
Code 14 (Union Carbide Corp.); Learning About 
our Language (McGraw-Hill Text-Films). 

VAN PRAAG PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
1600 Broadway, New York, New Yoric 10019 

Phone: (212) PL 7-2687 
Date of Organization: 1952 
Branch Offices: Michigan: 2.301 Dime Bldg. 
Detroit 48226. Phone; (313) WOodward 
2-4896: J. Reagan, Manager. California: 
1228 N. Vine St., Hollvwood 90038. Phone: 
(213) Hollywood 2-2341; Charles Wasser- 
man, Vice-Pres. & Manager. Florida: Stu- 
dio CiK— 1954 N.E. I51st St.. North Mi- 
ami 33162. Phone: (305) 949-4557; Hen- 
ry Marcus, Manager 
William V:in Praag, President 
Gunnard Faulk, Vice-President 
Charles H. Wasserman, Vice-President 
Jeff Gold. Sales Director 
Maurice Kalker. Comptroller 
.\nita M. Palumbo, Secretary/ Business Mgr. 
Robert \. \'an Praag, Production Manager 
Charles Carrubba. Editor 
Henry Marcus, General Manager 
Services: 35 '16mm color, b&vv motion pictures 
for commercial, industrial, educational, promo- 
tional, government, documentary and theatrical 
presentations; slidefilms and distribution. Facili- 
ties: Sound stage, full editing facilities plus 
vidicon and projection closed circuit facilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV Commercials: for Post Instant Breakfast 
(General Foods-Dovlc. Dme Bcmb.nch); I.ces 
Carpets (Doyle, Dane Bembach); American Tel. 
& Tel; DuPont Lucite W.ill Paint (N. \V. Aver 
& Son. Inc.); ChevTolet Trucks (Campbell Ewald 
Co.); Lever Brothers All (Sullivan, Stauffer Col- 
well & Bavles); Abbots ' Fairmont Ice Cream; 
White Rose Tea (Bauer-Tripp-Foley); Delta Air 
iLJnes (Burke Dowling .\dams); Hertz Cars 
(Hertz Corp.); General Motors Pontiac (Mc- 
Manus John & Adams) . 

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NEW YORK PRODUCERS 

VAVIN, INCORPORATED 
(Video and Visual Information Films) 
236 East 46th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) 682-4624 

Date of Incorporation: 19-18 

Branch Offices: Paris: 72 Boulevard Raspail, 
Paris VI, France, Phone: 924-5080. M. lean 
Pages, Production Manager. Switzerland: 
31 Grande Rue, Geneva, Switzerland, Phone: 
26-21-27. N. Z. Moreno, V. P. & Manager. 

Richard de Rochemont, President, Ch. of Bd. 

Gerald E. Weiler, Exec. Vice-President 

N. Z. Moreno, Vice-President 

Joseph Stultz, Vice-President 

Ruth Teksmo, Secretary, Asst. Treasurer 
Services: Documentan,', industrial public rela- 
tions and travel films for theatrical, non-theatrical 
and TV distribution. Production of closed-circuit 
telecasts. Facilities: Production and editorial 
for 16 and 35mm color, b&w, in U.S. and over- 
seas. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti-bes: Neivsfilm Series (American 
Iron & Steel Institute); Newsfilm Series (Soconv 
Mobil Oil Co.); TV Featurettes Series (Reader's 
Digest Assn.); Annual Awards (Overseas Press 
Club of America); Farmers' AImanac-1967 
(Simon & Schust er); Pht/IIis DiJlcr (Doubleday). 

VIDEOTAPE CENTER 
(Videotape Productions of New York Inc.) 
101 West 67th Street, New York, N.Y. 10023 
Phone: (212) TR 3-5800 

John B. Lanigan, President 

George K. Gould, Exec. Vice President 

Nathan Weiss, Treasurer 

William Boyd, Controller 

Thomas Tausig, VP/Dir., Programming 

Charles Holden, Director Production 

Donald Collins, Chief Engineer 

Edgar Grower, Commercial Sales Manager 

Cadwell Swanson, Advtg. and P/R Manager 

David Byrnes, Manager, Tape Operations 

Will Roth. Director, Creative Services 

Philip McEneny, Manager, Scheduling/ 

Estimating 
Tack Kell\', Production Manager 
Paul Pekumey, Tape Dept. Supervisor 
Craig Allen, Glenn Botkin, Rick Chapman, 
Joseph DiBuono, Jerry Golden, John Mc- 
Carthy, Louis Selener, Account Executives 
Adrian Riso, Harold Stone, Directors 
Rudy Braunschneider, Richard DeMaio, Glenn 
Giere, Denis Harrington, Frank Hefferen, 
Producers 

Services: TV Commercials and shows color, b/w. 
FACiLrriEs: Three fully-equipped ground level 
studios or on location professional equipment and 
personnel to direct, produce, edit, duplicate and 
service T\' stations. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Videotaped Commercmls: for Winston (\Vm. 
Esty); World Journal (Carl Allv); Commerce 
Union Bank (McDonald & Saussev) AT&T; First 
Pennsylvania Bank; Plymouth (N.W. Ayer); 
North Carolina National Bank (Cargell, Wilson 
& Acree); SheU Oil (Ogiivy & Mather); Florida 
Citrus (Lennen & Newell); Coldwater All; S&H 
Green Stamps; Northeast Airlines (Sullivan, 
Stauffer, Colwell & Bavles); Aerowax; Marshall 
Field; Buick; Nabisco (McCann Erickson); Honi 
& Hardart (Grey & Rogers); Chevrolet; Baldwin 
Organs (Campbell-Ewald) ; Gleam (Compton); 
Ba\er Aspirin; Best Foods; Skippy (Dancer- 
Fitzgerald-Sample); .'\mazing (Werman & 
Schorr); Lanolin Plus (Spade & Archer); Chase 
Manhattan Bank (Ted Bates); ENO (Kenyon & 
Eckhardt); Johnson & Johnson; Tang (Young 
& Rubicam); Respond; Arnold Bread (Norman 
Craig & Kummel); Gillette; Polaroid (Doyle, 
Dane, Bembach); KVP Paper Co. (Post. Keyes, 
Gardner); Goodyear (Norman Malone .^ssoc.)'. 



VISION ASSOCIATES, INC. 
680 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) Circle 5-2611 

Date of Organization: 1959 

Lee R. Bobker, President 

Irving L. Oshman, Vice-Presilent 

Helen Kristt Radin, Vice-President 

Sid Aronson, Production Coordinator 
Services: Producers of motion pictures, slide- 
films, theatrical and television programs. Facili- 
ties: Offices, screening and editing rooms and 
all facilities for production of film, tape, theatrical 
and audio-visual media. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; Wings to Italy (Pan Ameri- 
can World Airvvays); A Richer Harvest; Self- 
Portrait; Let's Talk Profit ( 14 language versions- 
Merck Sharp & Dohnie); The Odds Against (The 
American Foundation); Someone Like You (Girl 
Scouts of the U.S.A.); Quiet Victory; Understand- 
ing Diabetes (American Nurses Assn.-National 
League for Nursing); In Search of Peace (U.S. 
Dept. of State); Poland: The Factory Against 
the Farm; Czechoslovakia: The Growth of In- 
dustry; Hungary: An Agricultural Past vs. an 
Industrial Future: Tliailand: Winds of Change; 
India: The Struggle to Industrialize; India: The 
Struggle for Food; M'hat Will You Have? Up in 
Smoke; A Walk in the Park (McGraw-Hill). 
Slidefilms: Thailand, India, Poland, Hungary, 
Czechoslovakia (Geography Series-M c G r a vv 
Hill). TV CoMMERCL'iLS: for Bovs Club of Ameri- 
ca; Girl Scouts of the U.S.A.; Visiting Nurse 
Service of N.Y.; Save the Children Federation; 
National Teacher Corps. 



VISUALSCOPE INCORPORATED 

103 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) MU 3-3513 

Date of Incorporation: 1955 
Robert G. Taylor, President 
Manuel Garcia Rey, Executive Vice-President/ 

Creative Director 
Marvin H. Green, Jr., Senior Vice-President 
Stanford Sobel. Vice-President 
Karl Fischl, Vice-President, Educational Films 
Jack Lane, Aecmmt Group Supervisor 
Robert Stringer, Director/ Composer 
Thomas McNally, Production Supervisor 
Services: Audio-visual presentations including 
the Visualscope, 35 and 16mm filmographs, 35 
and 16mm live action, shdes, flipcharts, Vu- 
Graphs and spectaculars staged for sales meet- 
ings, sales promotions and training, public rela- 
tions, corporate stockholders meetings, motiva- 
tional research studies and technical presenta- 
tions. Facilities: Art department, photographic 
studio, staff wTiter, projection equipment and 
editing facilities. Trained personnel for staging 
and projection of presentations. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Paying by Check; Your Tmon 
(American Bankers Assn.); Medicare and You 
(Social Security Adm.); Safe Way to Profits 
(Raybestos Co.); The Golden Circle (Mobil Oil); 
How Xerography Works (Xerox Corp.); Super 
Salesmen (Seagrams). Slidefilms: 1967 Sales 
Meeting (Van Heusen Co.); Golden Glow (Lever 
Bros.); Principles of Banking (.■American Institute 
of Banking); Affiliates Meeting (C.B.S.); They 
are not Alone (Visiting Nurses Assn.). Industrial 
Shows: Annual Meeting. I.R.I.; Plans Conference 
(Xero.x Corp.); The Conquest of Space (Sara 
Lee); Spirit of 75 (.Acme Supermarket); NAB, 
The Look of Tomorrow (ABC); Worldvision 
(.ABC International); The Maze (Woman's Day). 

E.xtra copies of this 17th Annual on request 
while supplies last. Enclose $2.00 with order. 



VPI PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
A Division of Electrographic Corp. 

321 W. 44th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) JU 2-8082 

Subsidiary Companies: Video Editors, Video 
Opticals and Video Prints, Inc-, 321 W 44th 
St., N.Y. (212) JU 2-8082; Video Programs, 
Inc., 145 E. .52nd St., N.Y'. (212) 758-1846; 
VPI and Video Prints, Inc., 1515 N- West- 
ern Ave., Hollywood, California 90038. (213 1 
HO 6-8691; Video Editors of Illinois and 
\ideo Opticals of Illinois, Video Prints of 
Illinois, 450 East Ohio, Chicago, III. 60611. 
(312) 787-2.500; VPI of Atlanta, 1140 Peach- 
tree St„ N.E., Atlanta, (404) 873-2848; VPI 
of Florida, Inc., 925 N. Lake Drive, HolK- 
wood, Fla. (305) 927-3369. 

George Tompkins, President 

Sheldon B. Satin, Executive Vice Pres. (Corp) 

A. J. Miranda III, Exec. VP in Chg. of VPI 

N.Y. Operations 
Peck Prior, Exec. VP in Cliarge of VPI Calif. 

Operations 
William E. Huston, Vice President & National i 
Sales Manager | 

Robert C. Winkler, President, Video Prints 
Robert Sinise, Vice President, Video Editor > 
of Illinois 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS I 
TV Co.M.MERciALS: for Allen, Anderson, Niefield 
& Paley; N.W. Ayer & Son; Ted Bates, Inc.: 1 
Benton & Bowles, Inc.; Buchen .Advertising; 
Campbell-Ewald Co.; Leo Burnett Co., Inc.; 
Compton Advertising, Inc.; D'Arcy Advertising, 
Inc.; Dovle-Dane-Bembach, Inc.; W. B. Doner 
&Co. 



ROGER WADE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

16 West 46th Street, New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) Circle 5-3040 

Date of Incorporation: 1946 

Roger Wade. President 

iMartin J. Mclnhre, Vice-President in chg., 

Photographic Dept. 
Florence Hewitt, Secretary, Production 

Co-ordinator 
Edward A. Bendell, Account Executive 

Services: Planning and production of hve-action 
and animated motion pictures, sound slidefilms 
(single and double frame format), VuGraphs, 
slides, multi-media sy.stems and materials. Slide 
development in specific-application audio-visual 
equipment and presentation materials. Facil- 
rriEs: Studio; art department; editing; darkrooms: 
Oxberry 16-35mm animation stand; special 
slide and shde-film shooting stands; special cam- 
eras and cop\ing equipment; slide-laminating 
equipment, machine shop and electronics shop. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictltres: Titne, Tempo, and Money 
(Univac Div. Spern.- Rand); Parents Buy Much 
More— Children Make the Difference (Parents' 
Magazine); The Story of Shell (SheU Oil Co.); 
A Spy, A Thief, .4 Detective, 4 Clues and You 
(Nas.sau Libran,' System); General Claij-TV Spot 
(Radio Free Eurone). Slidefilms: Five Minutes 
More (Calvin Bullock, Ltd.); The Conde Nast 
Group (Pampel & As.sociates) ; Residential Serv- 
ices Program (General Tel. & Electronics). 

ROBERT WARNER PRODUCTIONS 

7 East 7Sth St., New York, N.Y'. 10021 
Phone: (212) RH 4-7979 

Date of Organization: 19.59 
Robert NV'iirner, President 

Services: Li\'e, film and tape programs and com- 
mercials. Facilities: For even.- tvpe of photog- 
raphy, special effects and editing. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Five new films tor the .Amer- 
ican Diabetes .Association. 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



W C D, INC. 

1600 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10019 
Phone: (212) CI 7-1600 
Date of Organization: 1957 
Branch Office: California: 1028 N. LaBrea 
Ave., Los .•Vngeles 90038. Phone: (213) HO 
3-3113. 
Robert W. Carlisle, President 
Tom Dunph\', Executive Vice-President 
Jack L. Lemmon, Vice-President in Charge of 

Sales 
Walter Kullberg, Secretary-Treasurer 
Morri.s D. Behrend, General Manager 
Rex Cox, Creative Director, Producer 
Michael M. Stehne\-, Producer, Director 
Joel M. Weisman, Producer. Director 
Sebvices; Facilities and staff for the production 
of all types of motion pictures including theatri- 
cal, industrial, documentar\', television, educa- 
tional, governmental, and T\' commercials. Fa- 
cn-mES: New York: two large air-condiboned 
studios, hi" and 3.5nun tape recording; camera, 
lighting and photographic equipment. Casting, 
editing, print service and film storage. Holly- 
wood: Fully equipped sound stages available in 
HoUsAvood. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Picttbes: The High Cost of Letting Go 
(Union Pacific R.R.); At the Market (N.Y. Stock 
Exchange); Touchtone Telephone in Banking 
(American Tel. & Tel.): In Search of a Hero 
(National Distillers & Chemical Corp.); You've 
Got it Made: They're Just Desserts; A Pie With a 
Pedigree: Under the Coconutreets (General 
Foods). TV CoMMEBCiALs: for Sunoco Gasoline 
(Sun Oil Co.-William Esty); Kinney Shoes (Kin- 
ney Shoe Corp.-Frank Sawdon); Plus White 
Toothpaste (Hazel Bishop, Inc., State Pharmacal 
Div.-\Vermen & Schorr); Mrs. Paul's Frozen Fish 
Sticks & Fish Filets (Mrs. Paul's Kitchens-.\itkin- 
Kynett); Crazy Foam: Fuzzy-Wuzzy (Aerosol 
Corp.-Wellesley .^dv.); Topper Toys (DeLu.\e 
Topper Corp. -Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample); Di- 
C.cl. St. Joseph Aspirin; St. Joseph Aspirin for 
Children, Solarcaine, QT (Plough, Inc.-Lake- 
Spiro-Shurman); Dove Beauty Bar (Lever Bros.- 
Ogilvy & .Mather); Remington Electric Knife 
(Remington Shaver Div. Sperr\- Rand Corp.- 
Yonng & Rubicam); and others. 

Eli Wheelock Productions, Inc. 
45 West 45th St.. New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) JU 2-0441 
(See complete listing under Willard Pictures) 

Wilding inc. 

405 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 

Phone: (212) PLaza 9-0854 

(See complete listing under Chicago area) 

WILLARD PICTURES, INC. 

45 West 45th Street, New York. N.Y. 10036 

Phone: (212) JUdson 2-0430 

Date of Organization: 1932 

Studio: (Editorial, cutting, projection, record- 
ing, animation) 550 Fifth Avenue, New 
York, N.Y. 

Subsidiarv Company: Eli Wheelock Produc- 
tions, Inc.. 45 West 4.5th St., New York, 
N.Y. 10036. Phone: (212) JUdson 2-0441 

John M. Squiers, Jr.. President 

David C. Hessey, Vice-President 

S. H. Childs. Treasurer 

Claude Underwood, Charge— Production Dept. 
Sebvices: Industrial, medical, educational, sales 
and job training motion pictures and slidefilms; 
training films for U. S. Armed Forces and Gov- 
ernmental agencies; theatricals; television film 
shows and commercials. FACiLtTiES: Mitchell NC 
cameras and camera-top station wagons, portable 
generators, field sound recording instalments; 
pioneer in industry techniques and equipment; 
color production in East and South .\merica for 



WILLARD PICTURES INCORPORATED: 

theatrical producers; animation department; pro- 
jection and cutting rooms; creative staff. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictubes: A Friend Downtown; PPA 
Convention; Adirondack Skiing; Instamatic 
Chrislmas; Plain Talk on Tape; How to Solder 
(Eastm;m Kodak Co.); In association with Dick 
Durrance; America on Skis (Eastman Kodak- 
Paramount Pictures); Sky High on Skis (John 
Jav-Swiss Airlines); Colleagues in World Com- 
merce (Moore-McCormack Lines); Ethicon Su- 
tures (Ethicon Div., Johnson & Johnson); To 
Catch a Skiing Star (John Jay); Project HOPE 
(People to People Foundation); Two— Gas Sen- 
sor (NAS.\-ThePerkin-ElmerCo.). 

WINIK FILMS CORPORATION 

1501 Broadway, New York, New York 10036 
Phone: (212) LW 4-0540 

Date of Organization; 1939 
Leslie Winik, Chairman of Board/ Producer 
Richard Winik, President/ Producer-Director 
Barry Winik, Vice PresJ Producer-Director 
Estelle Rosen, Treasurer/ Controller 
SEB\^CEs: Motion picture production: library of 
sports stock footage, b&w and color. FACiLrriEs: 
Creative and editorial departments; facilities and 
equipment for 16/ 35mm production in studio or 
on location. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictibes; Basketball Hilitcs 1966 (Con- 
verse Rubber); The Mets Are Coming (Borden 
Farm Products, Manufacturers Trust); The New 
York Jets 1966 (Rheingold Breweries); Condn- 
ental Football League 1966; West Point Hilites 
1966 (General Aniline & Film Corp.); Sports 
Hilites 1966 (Seagrams); The N.B.A. Story (Na- 
tional Basketball Assn.); Princeton Football 1966 
(Princeton Alumni Assn.); The Tall Men of Balti- 
more (Baltimore Bullets); Chop-Chop, Ski Boom, 
Deep Sea Hunt, The Winning S(rain, Racing to 
the Top, Duck Fever, Ladders Up, Race with 
the Wind (Distributed through Paramount); 
Filmed Sequences for Olympus '7000 (Stage 67. 
TV-ABC); Filmed Sequences for Evening Prim- 
rose (Stage 67 (TV-ABC); Fihned Sequences for 
Sonni/ Money & Merger (,\BC). 

WOLPER PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
(Industrial Film Division) 
485 Lexington Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) 682-9100 

Date of Organization: 1959 
Mel London. Vice President 
Norton Gretzler, Account Executive 
Sebvices: Business motion pictures and TV docu- 
mentaries. Facilities: Complete production fa- 
cilities in New Y'ork and Los .Angeles. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pktiues: Destination: Safety (General 
Motors); The Men From the Boys (U.S. Army/ 
Ketchum, MacLeod & Grove); MPs for Metro- 
media, Foster & Kleiser, Station WIP, Philadel- 
phia. 



Sound Advice for the Film Buyer 

W .\ careful study of the prospecti\e pro- 
ducer's listing text is a prerequisite to film 
buWng. Sec the pictures listed by the com- 
pany; note the nature of client references. 
.\nd if the prospective producer isn't listed 
in these pages visit his facilities; meet per- 
manent staff personnel and view current 
pictures identified as his own productions. 



NEW YORK PRODUCERS 



YOUTH CONCEPTS, LTD. 
21 West 46th St., New York, N.Y. 10036 
Phone: (212) 581-0480 
Date of Incorporation: 1966 

Robert ]. McCartv. President 
Merle L. Steir, Vice-President, Secretary 
Walter Peters, Vice-President-Treasurer 
Sebvices: Motion pictures, slides, environmental, 
70mm, and kinetic light production, specializing 
in the youth market. FACiLrriES: Casting, writing, 
editing, sound library-, recording. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictibes; Pfaff-Beaunitt Sew-Off 
(Pfaff); Nostalgia; Protest; Music. Heroes & 
Artifacts (General Foods- Young & Rubicam). 
Slidefilm: Affluence (General Foods- Young & 
Rubicam). 

(New company, organized in 1966) 



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SEYMOUR ZWEIBEl PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
11 East 44th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 
Phone: (212) MUrray Hill 2-4450 

Date of Organization: 1948 

Susan Wa\Tie, President 
Sebvices: 35, 16 and 8mm motion pictures, 
sound slidefilms, filmstrips, slides, recordings and 
supplementary aids. FAca-mES; Sound stage; 
including Cyc; art staff, still photographic studio; 
editorial and recording services. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: Don't Say Another Word: Benny 
Fitz on Benefits (W. T. Grant Co.); That's the 
Ticket (Kimball Systems, Inc.); Talk-Back Sales 
Series (J. C. Penney Co.). 

(Also see Gotham Film Producbons, N. Y. C.) 



NEW YORK STATE 

Upper New York State 
Metropolitan Buffalo Area 

ACADEMY-McLARTY PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
20-28 Mesmer Street, Buffalo, N.Y. 14220 
Phone: (716) 826-2800; Telex: 091-245. 

Date of Organization : 1934 

Date of Incorporation: 1959 

Franz E. Hartmann, President & Executive 
Producer 

William T. Clifford, Production Manager 

Bud .Norton. Art Director 

Frederic S. Bemev, Director-Editor 

Adolph I. Adolfi, jr., Chiii Cameraman 

Ted Pelka, Electrician 

John .■\. Tirak. Jr. Editor 

Bishop Duncan, SounW Engineer 

James J. White, Jr. Slide & Filmstrip Dept. 

IIenr\ J. Kunttu, Animation .Artist 

Ruth'Zemla, Animation Artist 

Martha Carlon, Office Manager 

Barry Johnson, Sales Rcjnescntative 
Sebvices: A comprehensive film service from 
pre-planning to projection. Specializing in 16/ 
35mm motion pictures for sales and technical 
tr.iining, public filmstrip department, mxss slide 
duplicating. TV and theater commercials. Fa- 
cilities: 55' X 30' main stage, 25' x 25' insert 
stage, interlock theater, in-house art department 
complete with t>pography and photostat capa- 
bilitv. four editing rooms, carpenter shop. 35mm 
Arriflex. Maurer, IWiH cameras; Hou.ston crane. 
Mole-Richardson studio lighting. Quartz location 
lighting. Transistorized mixing console with full 
equalization on each channel, automatic ducker 



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NEW YORK STATE: 

ACADEMY-MCLARTY PRODUCTIONS: 

circuits, and noiseless faders. Magnas>nc master 
recorder 3 Magnasync sels>Ti interlocked dub- 
bers, Nagra location recorder, Vi!' tape recorders, 
Oxberry animation stand, with numerical tape 
control; still department and darkroom, four 
music labr-ories, t\vo location trucks and in-house 
printing plant. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictvbes: The Sonar Approach & Attack; 
The Periscope Approach & Attack; Introduction 
to Mark 113 Mod 2 Fire Control System; 
Emergency Runway Arresting Cear-Component 
Functions; Emergency Runway Arresiing Gear- 
Operational Procedure; Uydrographic Surveying 
Operations Geodesy & Planning; Secondary Survey 
and Hydrographic Developments (U. S. Na\'>); 
Mirawal arid You (Mirawal Co.); Sand Sampling 
& Screening Techniques; A Centennial of Sand & 
Service (Whitehead Bros. Co.); 10 Million Times 
a Year; 9 Mile Point-The Half-way Mark (Ni- 
agara Mohawk Power Corp.); Automated Core 
Assembly, Versions I Si II (Harrison Radiator 
Div., General Motors); Slo-Syn Numerical Tape 
Control (Superior Electric Co.); Power Dock 
(Hartman Mfg. Co.); March of Materials Tech- 
nology, Vol. 5 ( American Society' for Metals ) ; 
Music Means Money (Wurlitzer Co.): Induction 
Weathermaking System (Carrier Air Condition- 
ing Co.): Putting Custom into Customer (Nash 
Engineering Co. ) ; Casteel-Engineered Flexibility; 
Casteel-Railroad Applications; Casteel Production 
Applications; Casteel-Frecision Applications; Cas- 
teel-Heavy-Duty Applications (Steel Founders 
Societ\- of .America). SLroEFiLMs: Heat Pumps; 
Applied Electricity-Air Cw\ditioning (Carrier Air 
Conditioning Co.); A hlew Sound at Mohawk 
(Mohawk Airlines); United Fund-1966 (United 
Fund of Buffalo & Erie County) ; Dioped Salad 
Assembly (Kansas State University); Cornea; 
Rare Pediatric Cases (Keystone View Co.). 



HOLLAND-WEGMAN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
207 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, N.Y. 14202 
Phone: (716) 853-7411 

Date of Organization : 1952 
Date of Incorporation: 1962 

Edward |. W'egman, President 

Sheldon C. Holland, Executive Vice-President 

James I. Allan, Production Manager 

Paul G. Ent, Director of Photography 

|ohn V. Gates, Director of Photography 

Zeb M. Pike, Senior Writer - Director 

Lewis \\'. Branche, Writer 

John E. Bjarnov, Art Director 

William F. Nailos, Studio Manager 

James G. Liiman, Chief Sound Engineer 

Earl S. Howell, Laboratory Manager 

F. Pete Casey, Account Executive 

Ted Podd, Closed-Circuit TV 

SEB\acEs: Producers of motion pictures and sound 
slidefilms from original research and concept to 
distribution. Peimanent staff of 25 to plan, write 
and produce sales promotion, public relations, 
industrial, educational, fund-raising, medical and 
scientific films. Producers of commercials and 
syndicated programs for television, including 
storyboards. scripts, animation and jingles. Plan- 
ning and production of national sales meetings 
and programs. Producer's ser\-ices. Closed-circuit 
T\^ Videocorders. FAcrLrriEs: Completely-inte- 
grated film production center. SCXxTO'.xS^' sound 
stage; two smaller studios for sound recording and 
insert shooting; 16mm blimped Mitchell, Arnflex, 
Auricon and ^laurer cameras; Fearless Panoram 
dollies equipped with Worral heads; multi-chan- 
nel, magnetic film recording and mixing; 2 inter- 
lock screening rooms; two recording and mixing 
rooms, 40-seat mixing theater equipped with 12- 



HOLLAND-WEGMAN PRODUCTIONS: 
channel Fairchild mixing console with equaliza- 
tion on each channel, four-channel stereo-output 
with reverberation; optical film recorder; three 
Ampex recorders M-R mike boom, Telefunken 
and Neuman microphones; complete art and ani- 
mation facilities, including 16mm and 35mm 
Acme animation stand; seven music libraries; 
laboratory for processing negative and reversal, 
printing and edgenumbering. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Development of Leadership 
Skills, Seven Lecture fihns and 12 Case Histories 
(American Management Assn.)- Seamless Mo- 
dern - five films (U.S. Steel Corp.); Win and 
Telephone (Westinghouse Electric Corp.); Car- 
bon Graphite (Stackpole Carbon Co.); Optimum 
Ratio Drive (Cen. Electric Co.); Grinding Dem- 
onstration (Carborundum Corp.); An Instrument 
of Service (Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc.); 
Display the Product and The Trouble Shooters 
(Ohio Bell Tel. Co.); Par-Star-Honolulu and Of- 
fice Safety (.Xerox Corp.); Financial Meeting and 
Pushbutton Farming (Warner Brake & Electric 
Co.); Boron 10 (Nuclear Material & Equip Co.); 
Sights & Sounds of Remodeling (National Gvp- 
sum Co.); Small World (French, Spanish & Ger- 
man versions) (St. LawTence Seaway Corp.); 
Cardiac Surgery (State Univ. of N.Y., Buffalo); 
Southern Tier Cutover (New York Telephone 
Co.); The Sky's The Limit (Builders E.xchange 
of Rochester); Service . . . The Name of the 
Game (National Business Forms); Frame Fash- 
ions (Bausch & Lomb); Dr. Teller Lecture series 
(State Univ. of New York); Well^ille (Aero jet 
Co.); Sltoefilms: Bon Aid (Norwich Pharma- 
ceutical); Sentry Safety (Hammermill); Traflo 
(Qrouse-Hinds); The Xew Generation (Car- 
borundum); CAfC (National Gvpsum); Win 
(WesHnghouse Electric): Ju.it Plain Horse Sen.^e 
(New York State Gas & Electric); Sealtest Foods. 
TV CoMxrERCi.\Ls: for Ford Motor Co.; Curtis- 
Bums, Inc.; Marine .Midland Trust Co.; Citv of 
Rochester; Pennsyhania Chiropractic Society; 
Agway: Rochester Gas & Electric: Internationa! 
Breweries: and United Fund of Buffalo. 



Victor Kayfetz Productions, Inc. 
1200 WestfaU Rd., Rochester, N.Y. 
Phones: (716) CH 4-5164; OR 3-3000, Ext. 534. 
(For complete lis ting see New York City) 

TOBIN INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

S61 Old Kensico Road, Thomwood, N.Y. 

10594 
Phone: (914) RO 9-2493 

Date of Incorporation: 1960 

John H. Tobin, President-Producer 
Jacques Lemoine. Vice-President, Sales 
John B. Sandstone. Vice-President, Production 
Frances K. Tobin, Secretary/ Treasurer 
Sally Radice. Comptroller 
Russell Jones, Production Manager 
Donald Jacques, Supervising Editor 
John Culley, Equipment Manager 
SEPv-rcFS: Industrial films. T\' documentaries, 
script &_ production. FAcrLiTiEs; 16mm Eclair 
NPR, 3.5mm Arriflex, Nagra recorder, air-ride 
camera car, 16/35mm editing. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictx-res: Landing on Red Beach One 
(U. S. Marine Corps): Return of the 66 (Win- 
chester-Western); .\RB Systems (Neptune 
Meter); Amphibious Operations (U.S. Navy); 
The Trip ( Scotese-Kanetti, Rome). 

Listing Data is Fully Copyrighted 

-^ Duplication of this List for any purpose is ex- 
pressly forbidden without the written consent 
of the pubhshers of Business Screen Magazines, 
Inc. This list is keyed so that mailing use will be 
immediateK- detected. Its content is an exclusive 
feature of this publication, gleaned from montlis 
of editorial research b\' Editors of this Review. 



WILLIAM FELD PRODUCTIONS 
276 Oriental Place, Lradhurst, N.J. 07071 
Phone: (201) 933-2440 ' 

Date of Organization: 1962 

William Feld. President 

Samuel Feld, Business Manager 

Judy Kessler, Gerd Frost, Art Direction 
Ser\tces: Meeting presentations, animated titles 
& slides, filmstrips, slidefilms, slide presentations, 
animation, overhead slide presentations, visual 
aids. F.\ciLrnES: .\rt studio, cameras, animation 
stand, etc. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Slidefilms: Tanapol (English & Spanish-Tana- 
tex Corp.); Plant Cable (Bell System); Lend an 
Ear fWLAEV Filmsttp: The Enteritis Came 
(Merck), .•\x;.\i.\tion, Titles: A Lady Called: 
Trans Continental Pipeline (Filmwide). Visual 
Aids: The Magic Set (Zenith Toy Co..) 



NEW JERSEY 

JOHN BECK ASSOCIATES, INC. 
SO" W. Atlantic Ave., Laurel Springs, 

-New Jersey 08044 
Phone: (609) 784-2500 

Date of Organization: 19.58 
Date of Incorporation: 1961 

John C. Beck, President 

Charles Redner, Production Manager 
Services; 16mm live, animated motion pictures 
for industry; 8mm silent, sound films; slidefilms, 
slide presentations; polarized animations; record- 
ings. FACiLmEs: 16mm cameras, editing equip- 
ment: still photography equipment and studio; " 
photo-t\-pe-setting; production of diazochrome 
slides; art stud'o: slide animation a polarized 
hght; 3.5mm slidefilm stand; overhead slide pro- 
grams; tape recording studio; released music li- I 
brar>'; Technicolor cartridge-loading station. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Beloit Bi Winder; Blotc Mold 
System; Newsprint Winder (Beloit Eastern 
Corp.). Filmstrips: CATV (Viking Industries); 
The Prefab Hou.se (Lansdale Forest Products). 
.AvTMATiON & Slides: Operation of Telephone 
(N. J. Bell Tel. Co.); Steam Turbine (Westing- 
house 1; Landing Gear Hydraulic System (Piper 
.Aircraft) . 

HENRY CHARLES MOTION PICTURE STUDIOS 

Plainfield Avenue. Edison, N.J. j 

Phone: (201) 545-5104 

Date of Organization: 19.50: 
Date of Incorporation: 1961 

Henr>' Charles, President 

John H. Dunnachie, Vice-President 

Henn.- Fleischer, Secretary-Treasurer 

J. Sims Murrav, Account Executive 

Mrs. Henry Fleischer, Office Mgr. 
SERvacEs: Color and b/w, 35, 16, 8mm, motion 
pictures: filmstrips, slides, sales presentations, 
promotion and marketing aids, still photographv 
in color and b/w, aerial stills and motion pictures, 
artvvork. training aids; animation and closed cir- 
cuit TV. Original research and script to relea.se 
prints and distribution. Motion pictures with for- 
eign laneuage scripts .and narratives. Music and 
effects hbrary. FAcrLrriES: Air-conditioned stu- 
dios, cutting rooms, darkrooms, office. 30 seat 
theater and projection booth. Mobile units for 
location production: stage and location lightinc 
equipment. 35. 16. 8mm cameras, projectors and 
editing equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Bovine Surgery (Johnson 4- 
Johnson): M d T Chemicals (M & T Chemical 
Co.): 1966 New Good Ndghhor .Award Winners 
(New lersev Business Magazine)- Piscataway 
1966 (Piscataway 300th Committee): See Nei'c 
Jersey Where the .Action Is (State of New Jersey). 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



FIORE FILMS 

128 Mallory Avenue, Jersey City N.J. 07304 

Phone: (201) HEnderson 2-4474 

Date of Organization: 1951 

.\Ibert A. Fiore, Production 

John A. Critelli, Photography & Sound 

Rose Hertel, Distribution 

Michael A. Fiore, Executive Director 
Sebvices: 35/ 16mm educational and documen- 
tary, public service films, b&w or color, for in- 
dustry, TV, public relations, religious and civic 
organizations. Sound slidefilms; animation; TV 
commercials. F.^cilities: 35/ 16mm filming and 
editing equipment, 45' x 90' soimd stage. 
lECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Plant Expansiort Budget-Care 
(Miller Construction Co.); Playing Better Hock- 
ey (Lane & Young, Inc.); Laminated Textiles 
(Riegel Textile Corp.); Music Made Easy (Pe- 
terson Associates, Inc.); Under The Hood (Stand- 
ard Motor Products, Inc.). 

HUGH & SUZANNE JOHNSTON, INC. 
16 Valley Road, Princeton, New Jersey 08540 
Phone: (609) 924-7505 

Date of Organization: 1965 

Hugh Johnston, President 

Suzanne Johnston, Writer/ Director 

John McCarth\-, Jr., Secretary 

John Procaccino, Comptroller 
Services: Design and production of educational 
and sponsored motion picture films; specialized 
film promotion and distribution ser\'ices (Prince- 
ton Seminars) FACiLrriES: .\11 necessary equip- 
ment and facilities for production and distribu- 
tion of motion pictures. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Patterns of Influence (.Ameri- 
can Institute of Aeronautics) How To Turn Many 
Hands into One (Fitney-Bowes); Free Time and 
Flying Fun; The Outsiders (Princeton-Trenton 
Institute ) . 

Victor Kayfeti Products, Inc. 
Box 1042, New Brunswick, New Jersey 

08903 
Phone: (201) 763-6000 (Henry M. Sager) 

(See Complete li.sting under New York City) 

LEWIS STUDIOS, INC. 
15 South Grove St., East Orange, N.J. 07018 
Phone: (201) 677-1800 

Date of Organization: 1947 

D. E. Hults, President and Producer 
R. F. Van Derveer, Vice-Presidertt, Director- 
Producer 
A. G. Burian, Business Manager 
F. A. Stubbe, Jr., Production Manager, 
Art & Animation Director 
Services: Motion pictures, slidefilms. Facilities: 
Creative department; studio; 16mm production 
equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictibfjj: Frankly Speaking (Standard 
Packaging); Hydrazine in Orbit; Secondary Pro- 
pulsion Systems (Walter Kidde & Co.). Slide- 
films: A Matter of Profit (Consumers Marketing 
Research Services); Step-on-it (Congoleum 
Nairn) 

SAMUEL L. SCHULMAN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
P.O. Box 1794, Trenton, New Jersey 0S607 
Phone: (609) 396-6913 

Date of Organization: 1929 
Date of Incorporation: 1955 

S. L. Schulman, President 
Mrs. C. V. Marshall, VUe-PresidenI 
Eileen B. Schulman, Secretary-Treasurer 
I Services: Complete 16/ 35mm motion picture 



SCHULMAN PRODUCTIONS: 

productions. Faciuties; Complete production 
facilities; sound recording; art; music; sound ef- 
fects; color-correct prints. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.MoTio.N PicTiBES; \uw and Forever (Ocean 
Grove Camp Meeting Assn.); P(anning and 
Scheduling of Maintenance Work (Marshall 
Maintenance); Ocean County Police Academy 
(Ocean Co. Bd. of Chosen Freeholders); Untitled 
science fiction feature; animal life film (Schul- 
man's Films). 




DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Metropolitan Washington Area 

ASTRA FILMS, INC. 
10524 Detrick Ave., Kensington, Md. 20795 
Phone: (301) 942-3033 

Date of Organization: 1962 
Date of Incorporation: 1964 

Leonard Grossman, President 
Carol Haworth Udel, Vice-President 
Sharon Lynn Grossman, Secretary/ Treasurer 
George H. Rosenberg, Production Manager 
Earl P. Withers, Editorial Department 
Services: .Motion pictures (documentary, edu- 
cational, medical, TV, and information films). 
Facilities: Location sound cameras and re- 
corders, lighting equipment, 16mm magnetic 
transfer facilities, 16/35mm editing equipment 
and cutting rooms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTio.N Pictures: lU Wind on a Sunny Day 
(U. S. Senate Public Works Committee); Trip 
of the President; The Sea River (U. S. Dept. 
Interior); They Call Him Ted (Sen. Frank E. 
Moss); T/ii.9 v> Gale McGee (Sen. Gale McGee); 
A itan With Xorth Dakota on His Mind (Sen. 
Quentin Burdick); Your Man in Washington 
(Sen. William Proxmire); And Then One Day 
You're Old (Hebrew Home for the .Aged); A/eif 
York-New Jersey Air Pollution Abatement (U. S. 
Dept. HEW); Palito Ortega in Nashville; African 
Report (U. S. Information .Agency); The Islamic 
Center (Blue Nile Productions); TV promos 
for Emilio Espania (U. S. Information .Agency). 



Audio Productions, Inc. 
1724 Connecticut Ave., N.W., Washington, 

D.C. 20009 
Phone: (202) 232-3637 
Harry .A. Carragher, in charge 
(See complete listing under New York City) 

CREATIVE ARTS STUDIO, INC. 
814 H St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20001 
Phone: (202) 737-0302 

Date of Incorporation: 1942 

Milton R. Tinsle\ . President 
Phillip G. .Arnest, Vice-President 
William Watson. Treasurer 
Edward C. Santclmann, Director, Animation 
W. H. De La Vcrgne, Producer/Writer 
Bill Stunn, Executive Producer 
Louis Bara, Director, Quality Control 
Bela Orban, Director, Animation Camera 
Services: Animation, live action, and still pho- 
tography; commercial, training, education and 
informational motion pictures, TV commercials, 
filmstrips, .'ilidcs and hot press lilies; design, art, 
and production sLiffs. Facilities: 16/ 3.5mm live 
action production units. Oxberry animation stand, 
filmstrip ;uid title stands, editorial facilities, film 
distribution prn^r-iiiis. rcsr.trch antl u'liting staff. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictures: Health Comes First (Pan 



MID-ATLANTIC STATES 



CREATIVE ARTS STUDIO INC: 
American Health Organization); Banc Aerody- 
namics; The Planned Maintenance System (Dept. 
of the Navy); It's Your Business (Henry J. Kauf- 
man & Associates); Sclf-Servicr Postal Units; 
Series of seven films on mechanization (Post 
Office Dept.). Slidefilms: Touch-Tone Seruice 
(Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.); Dis- 
ability-Your Rights and Benefits (Social Security 
Adm.); Drive the Mailster Professionally (Post 
Office Dept.); Fuel for the Future (Washington 
Gas Light Co.); Lake Powell-Jewel of tlie Colo- 
rado (Interior Dept.); Project Earning Power 
(President's Committee on Employment of the 
Handicapped); Series of 12 filmstrips (Interna- 
tional Association of Chiefs of Police). TV Com- 
mercials: The Muppets; Frank Blair (FHA- 
HUD); The Evening Star Newspaper (Kal 
Ehrlich & Merrick Adv. Inc.); NRECA's Role 
(National Rural Electric Cooperative Assn.); 
Election Report (Fahlgren & Associates) . 



EDUCATIONAL FILM PRODUCTIONS 
10832 Margate Rd., Silver Spring, Md. 20901 
Phone: (301) 593-3380 

Date of Organization: 1964 

Imre L. Toth, Producer 

Services: Educational, documentary, scientific, 
public service productions from script to screen; 
16mm to 70mm. Slidefilms. filmstrips, TV com- 
mercials and cinematography. FACtLlTiES: cam- 
eras, editing and lighting equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Rhythm Series, Captioned 
Films for the Deaf. U.S. Office of Education; 
Jamaica; Mao's Red China: Textures in Painting; 
programmed teaching films. National Education 
Assn. Filmstrips: series of 24, Mi/ Weekly 
Reader (U.S. Office of Education ,HEW). 



STUART FINLEY, INCORPORATED 
3428 Mansfield Road, Falls Church, Va. 22041 
Phone: (703) 481-7700 

Date of Organization: 1955 
Date of Incorporation: 1966 
Stuart Finley, President and Producer 
NIargaret Finley, Secretary 
Theodore Jones. Director and Editor- 
Photographer 
Ralph Burgin, Writer 

Services: Motion picture production; television 
film and spot production; film-public relations 
services; film distribution. pACiLmES: None 
Ii.sted. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictvhks: Water Resourcefulness (N.Y'. 
State Dept. of Con.ser\ ation ) ; A Horshoc Nail 
(Susquehanna Advisory Comm.); The Third 
Pollution (Distribution); Language — The So- 
cial Arliiter (series of 7 educational films): The 
Wic Ritcr (Kimbcrb -Clark Corp.). 

GUGGENHEIM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
815 17th St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 
Phone: (202) RE 7-1600 

Branch: 14 N. Ncwstead .Ave. St. Louis, Mo. 
63108. Phone: (314) JE 5-9188 

Dale of Incorporation: 19.56 

Charles Guggenheim. President 
Richard Hcffmn, Virc-Prr.«</rnf 
L. T. Iglehart, Executive Producer 
Herbert F. Decker, Production Manager 
Services: Production of theatrical and non-lhc- 



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WASHINGTON AREA: 

GUGGENHEIM PRODUCTIONS: 
atrical motion pictures. Facilities: 16/ 35mm 
editing, projection, sound recording, camera and 
lighting facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictx-res: Monument to the Dream 
(American Iron & Steel Inst.); Journey to Rock- 
wood (The Adler Co.); Hands of a Stranger; 
The Other War; A Distant Province; The Longer 
Journey (USIA); Shapp (Shapp for Governor 
Committee); Man Against the Actor (Califomians 
for Drown ) . 

Anthony Lane Film Studios, Inc. 
2828 Connecticut Ave., N.W., Washington, 

D.C. 
Phone: (301) 332-7617 
Lawrence Griswold, in charge 
(See complete listing under Minneapolis.) 

LOGOS LTD. 

3620 S. 27th Street, Arlington, Va. 22206 

Phone: (703) 671-1300 

Date of Organization; 1961 

Marvin E. Singleton, jr.. President 

Charles F. Riley, Vice-President, Gen. Mgr. 

John E. Blades, Jr., Vice-President, Engineering 
Services: Color and b&w mobile videotape units. 
Complete color and b&w TV studios. Tape to film 
transfer service, color and b&w, 16/ 35mm. Fa- 
cilities: Four separate mobile units with equip- 
ment for color, b/vv. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Videotape Productions: AFL Championship 
Football Game (NBC); Dinner at Howard K. 
S/nith's, Year-End Report, Washington, D.C. 
(ABC); Mummer's Day Parade, Philadelphia 
(CBS); President Johnson's Operations (Bethes- 
da Naval Hospital— CBS); Lucis Wedding at the 
White House (CBS); Masters Golf Tournament, 
Augusta, Ga. (CBS); Madison Square Garden 
Fights; Aqueduct Races, New York (RKO Gen- 
eral); Dedication of Oceanography Ship at Navy 
Yard, Washington (Environmental Science Serv- 
ice); Election Returns, Philadelphia (WFIL-TV); 
Eastern Football, Syracuse University Stadium, 
(SvTacuse, N.Y.); Keeping an Eye on Ginny, 
Chincoteague Island; The Dream That Wouldn't 
Down; A is For Aeronautics-Langleii Field; The 
Woman's Touch, Goddard Space Flight Center; 
Tiros, Cape Kennedy; Voyage to the Moon, Peo- 
ple of Pad .37, SA - 5 Launch (NASA); Ash- 
land, Kentucky; OAS Symphony Special, Howard 
University; Sunreme Court; Catoctin Mountain 
Job Corps, OAS 7oth Anniversary (USIA). 



BYRON AAORGAN ASSOCIATES, INC. 

1025-33rd Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 
20007 

Phone: (202) 333-51.55 

Date of Organization: 1961; Inc. 1965 

Associated with: Gotham Rhodes Ltd., at Co- 
lumbia Pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif.; 
Biofilms, Easton, Md. 

Byron Morgan, Writer-Director-Producer 
Tony Lazzarino, Writer-Director-Producer 
Vincent Dougherty, Sales Manager 
Patricia Morgan, Writer 
Eugene Rubacky, B.S., Ph.D., Life Sciences 

Consultant 
Lois Karasik, NASSP, NEA, Educational 

Consultant 
Walter Hering, NAS.\, Pub. Affairs, Space 

Photography Constdtant 
John Rosenberr\'. \.\SA, Space Sciences, Space 

Sciences Consultant 
John Norton, .■\llegheny Airlines, 

Aviation Cons-ultant 
Services; Motion picture writing, direction and 
production for government, education, industry. 



BYRON MORGAN ASSOCIATES: 

public relations, tv and entertainment industry. 
Consultation, slidefilm, Uve presentations and 
stage shows for education, public relations and 
entertainment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Highlights of 1966 (Sun Dial 
Films, Inc.; N.'\SA); The Present is Prologue 
series (National Education Assn.); Georgetown 
University 1965-66 (Georgetown University); 
Ethiopian Embassy; Tunisian Embassy (USlA); 
Final Guns (in production with Gotham Rhodes, 
Ltd. at Columbia Pictures Corp.). 

MRC Films 
(A Div. of McLaughlin Research Corp.) 

1110-13th St. N.W., Washington, D.C. 
Phone: (202) ST 3-0986 

(See complete listing under New York City) 

NORWOOD STUDIOS, INC. 

926 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, 

D.C. 20001 
Phone: (202) DI 7-2992 

Date of Organization; 1951 

Philip Martin, President 

Thomas H. Burrowes, Vice President, Treas. 
Frank Nastick, Vice President, Secretary 
Werner Schumann, Vice Pres., Production 
Lewis Baer, Vice President, Producer Govern- 
ment Projects 
Ralph CoUett, Vice President, Director of 

Norwood Films 
David M. Gebs, Production Manager 
Pinckney Ridgell, Director of Photography 
Penelope A. Martin, Casting Director 
Harold E. Loclavood, Director of Animation 
Mike Ritter, Head Editorial Dept. 
Serntces: Complete production, including script 
writing, storyboard, sound recording, animation, 
editorial, original music, set design and construc- 
tion, photograph promotion, advertising, dis- 
tribution. Films for science, government, indus- 
try, labor, educational, medicine, and religion, for 
theatrical, non-theatrical, and TV use. Also slide- 
films. Facilities: Sound stage; 16/35mm 
Mitchell, Arriflex and Cine Special cameras, 16/ 
35nun projection, 16/ 35mm Moviolas, Ampex 
and Magnasync recorders. Oxberry animation 
equipment, lighting, grip, generator and transpor- 
tation equipment. Screening, theater projection, 
and editing rooms; sound and music libraries. 
Film storage capacity of 24,000,000 feet. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Sysiem Program Management 
—A. Concept, B. Definition, C. Acquisition; R & 
D Viet Nafn; C-130 Aircraft-A. Introduction, B. 
Familiarization Exterior, C. Familiarization Top 
& Interior (U. S. Air Force); Pathfinders from 
the Stars (U. S. Coast Guard & Geodetic Sur- 
ve\'); Howard University and the Changing So- 
ciety (Howard University); R&D 1967 (U. S. 
Army); Stroke (Veterans Adm.); Hazards of the 
Flight Deck; Search for Excellence (U. S. Navy); 
Guided ML^sile Launching System MK7 (Defense 
Supply Agency); It's Called S.A.S.— Stable and 
Sure; Take It Easy (Federal Aviation Agency); 
The Sky's the Limit; Public Relations in Law En- 
forcement; Examination of Stolen Cars; Search- 
ing the Crime Scene (Federal Buerau of Investi- 
gation ) . 

PARAGON PRODUCTIONS 
2930 M Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 

20007 
Phone: (202) 333-3252 

Date of Organization: 1956 

Wm. B. H. Legg, Jr., President-Exec. Prod. 
Frances R. Millington, Production Dir. 
W. L. Stuy\'esant, Director of Photography 
Sharon Farr, Art & Animation Director 
Barbara R. Blair, Writer-Script Editor 



PARAGON PRODUCTIONS: 

Services: Educational, industrial, informational, 
technical and commercial 16mm motion picture 
production, television commercials; Foto-Mo- 
TiON, animation, live action. Facilities: Facili- 
ties for 1 6mm motion picture and television com- 
mercial productions. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictures: A Step Ahead; A Challenging 
Career (American Podiatry Assn.); A Changing 
Role (.\merican Nursing Home Assn.); Easiest 
Transnms-ion in the West; Annual Report; Opcon 
(University Computing Co.); Epilepsy— An In- 
visible Disease (The Epilepsy FoundaHon); New 
Drying Methods (Com Industries Research Foun- 
dation); So You're Going to Paint Your Boat 
(SavCote Mfg.). T\' Commercl-vls: for Mor- 
gan's Wonder Boy; Rock\ille Ford; Carolina 
Barbecue; Rinaldi's Take Home (Bailey & Mock- ' 
bee Adv.); Com Drying Series (Com Refiners 
Assn. & U. S. Dept. Agriculture); Scan Stores; 
Rocket Room; The Epilepsy Foundation; Salva- J 
tion Army; Parkway Dodge; American Podiatry I 
Assn. 



Sun Dial Films, Inc. 
Carl Ragsdale Associates, Inc. 
3133 Copperthwaite Lane, Washington, D.C. 

20007 
Phone: (202) 333-6767 (Hardy Glenn in 
charge ) 

(See complete listing under New York City) 

SCREEN PRESENTATIONS, INC. 

10524 Detrick Ave., Kensington, Md. 20795 

Phone: (301) 946-1770 

Date of Organization : 1964 

C. David Gerber, President 

Claude Bache, Vice-President 

Herbert Awe, Vice-President 

Jeanne M. Gerber, Secretary-Treasurer 

John Carter, Writer-Director 
Services: Motion pictures, slide films, TV spots, 
live and animated. Script writing services. Facili- 
ties: Creative department for writing and direc- 
tion; editorial rooms for 16/35mm; screening 
theater for interlock projection; 16/35mm cam- 
era and production equipment, field recording 
equipment for location sound work; animation 
facility with Oxberry stand. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Gitmo (Directorate for Armed 
Forces I & E DOD); Cachalot Deep-Diving Sys- 
tem ( Westinghouse Elec. Corp.); Seabees in Viet- 
nam (U.S. Navy); Da.sh Helicopter ASW Sys- 
tem (8 scripts-GyrodjTie Corp.); Sherman Fair- 
child Technology Center ( Fairchild-Hiller Corp.). 



MARYLAND 

HALLMARK FILMS & RECORDINGS, INC. 

1511 E. North Ave., Baltimore, Md. 21213 
Phone: (301) N'E 7-3516 

Date of Incorporation: 1960 
Maxwell Brecher, President 
Beatrice Canter, Vice-President 
Emest Barger Jr., Art & Animation 
Daniel Wijangco, Jr., Editor 
Louis Mills, Sound Dept. 

Services: Motion pictures, sound slidefilms, 
filmographs, kinescopes, air checks, medical 
teaching films, TV commercials. FACiLmES: 
Techniscope camera, sound stage, 35/16mni 
.\uricon. Bell & Howell. .Arriflex cameras, edi- 
torial rooms. Moviolas, 16/35mm projection, ani- 
mation stand, 16mm Westrex sync & Vi" Ranger 
recorders. Puppet stage, location truck. 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



MARYLAND: 



HALLMARK FILMS AND RECORDINGS: 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: GrassTex and LaijKold Tennis 
Courts (Chevron Asphalt Co.) The Somebody 
Wfio (United Appeal); Clinical Periteneoscopy 
( Wamer-Chilcoat Pharmacol Co.); Finding a 
Way to Employment Success (Dept. of Voca- 
tional Education); The Life and Times of Parkin- 
son (Dr. Charles Van Buskirk). Slidefilm: Yoiir 
Employment Application (Dept. of Emplojinent 
Security- ) . 

MILNER-FENWICK, INC. 
3800 Liberty Heights, Baltimore, Md. 21215 
Phone: (301) 664-4221 

Date of Incorporation: 1956 

Er\in M. Milner, President 

Glenn Burris, VP in charge of Production 

William Walsch, Jr., Production Supervisor 

Ted Kliman. Writer-Director 
Services: Scripts, storvboards, live photography, 
animation, industrial e.xhibits, sales presentations, 
editing, opticals. F.^ciLrriEs: Sound stage, mobile 
studio van with 16 '35mm equipment. .\11 ser\-ices 
and equipment for production rentals. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictthes; Port Preparedness (Maritime 
Adm.); On-lhe-Joh Training (U. S. Dept. of 
Labor); Your First 80 Days (U. S. Marine 
Corps); Sutyply Overhaul (U. S. \a\->); In Con- 
gress Assembled (Dept. of Defense V 

MONUMENTAL FILMS & RECORDINGS, INC. 

2160 Rockrose Ave., Baltimore, Mar>'land 
Phone: (301) 542-8313 

Date of Organization: 1950 

John D. A"Heni. President & Producer 

Vernon Spedden, Vice-President 

C. Wilbur Taylor, Secretary 

Kenneth Resnick, Editorial Chief 

Kathrine A. Boyce, Animation Dir. 

Dottie Ayers, Artist & Animator 

Harding Roberts, Camera Technician 

Norman Vogel, Camera Technician 

Harr\' T. Brashear, Sound Engineer 

Judith Clodfelter, Editor 

Patricia A. Deitrich, Office Manager 

Daniel Lyons, Editor 
Sekvices: Scripting, motion picture services, edi- 
torial services, sound recording, narration and 
voice, music sound effects, slidefilms, slides, T\' 
commercials, industrial, commercial and educa- 
tional films, sound recordings. Facilities: Sound 
Studios; motion picture shooting stage; animation 
Stand, BNC Mitchell, Arriflex, B & H, Auricon 
cameras; Cine specials, doUies; blimps; stage and 
location lighting, art department; recording stu- 
dio with interlock projection; Ampex stereo con- 
sole and allied recording equipment, 90' x 70' 
sound shooting stage; two sni.illcr sound stages. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.MoTio.N PicTiHES: Air Base Master Planning 
( U. S. Air Force); President Lyndon B. Johnson- 
White House (U. S. Treasury Dept.); Courtesy 
in the Service (Comm. of Internal Revenue Serv- 
ice, Sheldon Cohen); .VOL Ring Story (U. S. 
Naval Ordnance Laborator\' ) ; Medicare (U. S. 
"Iicial Security Administration); The Day the 
■ ::l Stopped (U. S. Post Office Dept.); Fast's 

nplings (Koppers Co.); Mark of Quality 
Schluderberg-Kurdle Co.). 



The Book You Ne«d All Year Long 

• Kxtra copies of this l>ig ITtli .\niuial Production 
lirview issue me av-ailable on order (while suppl\ 
l.i^ts) at S2.00 each, sent postpaid if payment ac- 
companies order. Producticm Review and other 
annual i.ssues arc included in subscription at S3.00 
per \ear; $5.00 for two years. Direct order to 
i Chicago office at 7064 Sheridan Road Bldg. 



VIRGINIA 

FRED L. FRECHETTE 
MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTIONS 
4615 West Broad St., Richmond, Va. 23230 
Phone: (703) 355-5332 
Date of Organization; 1963 
Fred L. Frechette, Oumer/ Writer-Director- 
Producer 
Services: Creation and production of motion pic- 
tures. Facilities; Not stated. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Renaissance of a Railroad 
( Pennsvlvania R.R.); Pacemakers in Packaging- 
Men Who Talk to Metal (Rev-nolds Metal Co.); 
Behold Virginia: Focal Point (Governor's Office, 
Commonwealth of Virginia); Gripstop; The For- 
gotten Killer (Gripstop Corp.); The Magic Pin 
(United Fund of Philadelphia Area); Artmobilc 
(Virginia Museum of Fine Arts); The Day the 
F's-h Stopped Biting (Lycoming United Fund. 
Williamsport, Penna. ) ; The Membership Card 
(United Givers Fund of Richmond, Henrico & 
Chesterfield). T\' Commercials: for Luray Cat- 
ems (Robt. Kline Agency); Christian Children's 
Fund (Cabell Eanes); Virginia Museum of Fine 
Arts. 



HAYCOX PHOTORAMIC, INC. 
1531 Early Street, Norfolk, Va. 23502 
Phone: (703) 855-1911 
Date of Organization: 1956 

George Banks Haycox, President 

Robert Fischbeck, Vice-President 

Tames E. Ma\s. Director of Scripts 

Ernie B. Hamblin. Dir., Motion Picture Die. 

Robert W. Davis. Production Manager 

Shirley Parks, Editorial Dent. 

Charles C. Venable, First Cameraman 

lames C. Cando, Sound Engineer 

Joseph Mclntire. Motion Picture Processing 
Services: Complete motion picture production 
ser\'ices; storyboards and script writing, set de- 
sign, art and animation, 16mm and 35mm pro- 
duction, casting, music selection and sound re- 
cording, editorial ser\'ice and special effects. 
Slidefilm design and production. Motion pictures 
for sales, training, public information, TV, medi- 
cal research and instruction. Facilities: Equip- 
ped sound stage, 16mm and 35mm cameras, loca- 
tion hghting and sound recording equipment, 
mobile capabilities. 16mm and 35mm animation 
stand and creative art facilities. Editing, sound 
recording, music selection, screening and confer- 
ence rooms. Specialized equipment for medical 
and scientific nhotographv. 16mm b&w reversal 
processing. Full color and b&w still facilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Fishing Virginia'x Saltaatcr 
Kingdom (Virginia Department of Conservation 
and Economic Development); Party Fair (Tup- 
penv.ire International); Strtictural Dynamics Re- 
search: Titan III Launch Vehicles and Payloads: 
Landing Loads Track (National Aeronautics and 
Space .Administration); Parosteal Osteogenic Sar- 
coma of Bone-Treated By Hip Disarticulation 
(Thiemeyer. Duncan. Holland and Spears); 
Colonial Stores A? Seen Through the Ei/c.« of 
the Customer (Mid-.\tlantic Reg-on Coloni.il 
Stores, Inc.); The Safety Ambassadors (Wilkins 
Chevrolet); Faces of Progress (Chamber of Com- 
merce, Norfolk, Virginia); Neptune Highlights. 
1966 (Norfolk Professional Sports. Inc.); Slioe- 
films: Hardslvp House (Council for Home Own- 
ership); T\' SroTs: for .Aineric-an Bakeries Co- 
operative; City of Norfolk— Norfolk Tour (At- 
lantic National .Adv.); Oil Heal (Major and Bie 
\<lvertising). 

These Exclusive Review Reports Are 
a Copyrighted Business Screen Feoture 




MID-ATLANTIC STATES 



PENNSYLVANIA 

Metropolitan Philadelphia Area 
ANIMATION ARTS ASSOCIATES, INC. 
1528 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19102 
Phone: (215) PE 5-0664 
Date of Organization: 1963 
Harry E. Ziegler, Jr., President 
Alice May Ziegler, Secretary/ Treasurer 
Leonard E. Cooper, Vice President 
D;ir\vood F. Taylor, Animation Director 
.Adelaide ]. Clymcr, Security Officer 
Services: Technical and cartoon animation: mo- 
tion pictures, stripfilms, slidefilms, stor\boards, 
special effects, titles. Facilities: Creative anima- 
tion art department with complete Acme and Ox- 
berry plotting equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picturks; Minuleman III Mark 12 Re- 
entry System; Minuteman 111 Mark 12 Re-entry 
System Program Overview (General Electric, Re- 
entry Systems Dept.); The Wyeth Story: To"'' 
Benefits as a Wyeth Salesman (Wveth Labora- 
tories); Ionic Conduction in Bi-Molectdar Lipid 
Membranes (Eastern Penn. Psychiatric Institute); 
DuMont Promotional Film (Emerson Radio 
Corp.); Color Tuning Eye (Philco Corp.); En- 
zymes in the Food Industry (Rohm & Haas). 
Slidefilms: General Description of Electronic 
Switching System (Bell Tel. Co. of Penn.); 
Densitrol Application (Precision Thermometer & 
Instrument Co.). TV Commebchls: Customer 
Service (Philadelphia Gas Works-Lewis & Gil- 
man): Antennas (Jerrold Electronics— Irving 
Gould Agency); Lucite Paint (DuPont-N. W. 
Ayer & Son ) . 

CALVIN-DE FRENES CORPORATION 

1909-19 Buttonwood St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

19130 

Phone: (215) 563-1686 

Telex: CALDEFCORP PHA 83-4316 

Date of Org;inization; 1916 

Date of Reincorporation: 1963 

Stephen A. Ciechon, President 

Russell K. Spear. Director of Marketing 

Ronald Davis, Office Manager 

John Heidenreich, Service Director 

Edward B. Maguire, Equipment Sales & 
Rental Agent 

Henr\- D. McKee, Art & Animation Director 

Robert R. Collom, Soimd Director 

John Goraj, Plant Manager/ Set Designer 

Jack Polito, Special Effects 

Jack Mehlbaum, Cameraman 

George Dolan, Canirramoii 

Paul Scaramucci, Film Editor 
Services: Motion picture and slidefilm produc- 
tion from script to finished film. Motivation, T\' 
and training films for business. ;i.s.sociations and 
go\emmcnt agencies. 16/ 35mm ser\-ices and lab- 
orator\- facilities for producers, universities and 
industrial photographic departments. Facilities: 
Three-stor>- building designed exclusively for 
motion picture production and ser\ices. 60 x 60 
x 20 sound stage. .Art and anim.ition dept.. Ox- 
berry animation stand; special effects dept.; com- 
plete location equipment for sound or silent 
16/ 35mm color and b&\v production; sound stu- 
dios with five 35mm magnetic or optical RCA 
sound ch.annels, four 16mm magnetic channels, 
16mm magnetic or optical RCA sound channels, 
4 16nun optical equipment. ■■'<" magnetic orig- 
inal recording and transfer channels; five editorial 
rooms; music libraries; film storage vault; car- 
penter & machine shop. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Someone Voii Cuii Trust— 
Someone You Can Be (Smith, Khne tt French 
Laboratories); Six protluctions Sursing Aides 
Training Series (EEGE .Associates); four pro- 
ductions. Advertising and Sales Promotion Course 



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155 



PENNSYLVANIA CITIES: 

CALVIN-DEFRENES CORPORATION: 

(Small Business Administration); Six produotions, 
Dnncp Ctirrinihnn: 200 Years in Medical Educa- 
tion: Sign.i of Success (Uni\'orsitv of Pennsyl- 
vania: Saturn IV B Space Station (General Elec- 
tric Co.): S^.InFFII.^^s: 20 for XIniversity of Penn- 
sylvania tlirouph Office of Education. TV Com- 
MERCi.\T,s: for Town House pies (Aitken-Kynett) 
IVB Banlc. Garden State Raceway (BofinRer Kap- 
lan); WIP Radio, Metro Media Station; Hanover 
Products (Rinenld-Kalisli). 

CORNELL VISUAL AIDS COMPANY 
fiSlO Marlv-et St.. Upper Darby, Fa. 19082 
Phone: (2I.';).IA8-,5494 
Date of Organization: 195S 
L. W. Cornell, Creative Director 
T. W. Parker. Art Director 
R. A. Parker, Sfill Phofograpbi/ 
R. L. Olmstead, Cinematosraphti 

E. E. Bach. Sales 

F. M. Mat\'s, Sound Recording 

Services: Audio-visual presentations: slides, film- 
strips, sound slidefilms, associated promotional 
literature, sales and service. FAriLrrres: Script 
writing, art. sound recording studio; still photog- 
raphy and moHon picture facilities. 
R ECENT PRODUCTIONS AND_ SPONSORS 

Slidefilms: Sales Training Series (Lee Tire & 
Rubber Co.); Ultrasonic Welding (Sonobond 
Div.-Aeroproipcts Inc.); The Changing Farm 
Market (Farm Toumal Magazine); Industrial 
Fasteners fBcthlehem Steel Corp.); CATV Mi- 
crowave (Jerrold Electronics Corp.). 

HENRY GREGG, INC. 
413 Upland Road, Havertown, Pa. 19083 
Phone: (215) 446-8143 

Date of Organization: 19R2 

Date of Incorporation: 1967 

Henn,' Gregg, President 
SER\qCEs; Audiovisual consultant service. Scripts; 
production of slide presentations, sound slide- 
films, motion pictures: sales meetings, sales train- 
ing and emnlovee training programs, sales presen- 
tations: sales promotion and public relations pro- 
grams. F.^rTLrrrEs: Art, photographic, filmstrip, 
motion picture and recording facilities available. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slhiefilms: The Magic of Masland Carpets (C. 
H. Masland & Sons): Talh Ahout FaM ("Pop" 
Rivets/USM Com): Technical Data Center (Cop- 
per Development Assn.); Meeting Presentations 
^Ridee Home Sales Convention-Ridge Pike Lum- 
ber Co.); Thh Business of Conventions (Conti- 
nental Can Co.). 

RALPH lOPATIN PRODUCTIONS. INC. 

1728 Cherrv St., Philadelnhia, Pa. 19103 

Phone: (215) LOcust 8-6644 

Date of Organization: 19.58 

Ralph Lonatin, President 

George M. Adams. Vice-President 

Michael Levanins, Jr.. Vice-President 

Robert A. Wolber, Vice-President, Gen. Mgr. 

SEBVirFS: Live photography, recording, anima- 
tion, titling, editing, film distribution, filmagranh. 
FAcrLriTEs; Air-conditioned studio, offices, edit- 
ing room, animation dept.; screening rooms with 
16mm interlock; dressing rooms, workshop, cam- 
era loading room. 16 & 3.5mm synchronous cam- 
eras; Magna-Tech svnc sound equipment; edit- 
ing, lighting, dollv. Moviola equipment. Tele- 
PrompTer & Oxbcrr>' animation camera with 
aerial image. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Captioned Films for the Deaf; 
NEA Language; New Science Reading Adventure 
(Dept. HEW); Stockholders Report 1966 (Phila- 
delphia Electric Co.); Liturgical Conference; And 



RALPH LOPATIN PRODUCTIONS: 

the World Looks at Us (National Council of 
Catholic Men); This One's for Jesus (American 
Sunday School Union); Thank You for Dialing; 
The Grass is Greener; Mr. Pennypacker and the 
Talk-.ng Machine (Bell Tel. Co. of Penna.); 
Philadelphia's Food City of Tomorrow (English 
& French Food Distribution Center); Wliat Hap- 
pens Next? (Smith Kline & French); Early Diag- 
nosis and Management of Breast Cancer (Ameri- 
can Cancer Society); This Precious Food (Ab- 
botts Dairies); Delaware County Story (Dela- 
ware C, Penna. Commissioners); Rotomission 
(Airborne Tndiistries) ; Garroicay Talks Ahout 
Taxes (Internal Revenue Service); Mr. Money 
(Monsanto); Cathodic Protection, C Mk 1 Mod 
O Sonar System, Loading Mines Aboard Air- 
craft; Sailor With a Future (U.S. Navy); Town 
With Ttvo Faces (Penna. Dept. Internal Affairs). 
TV Commercials: for TV Guide; Bell Tel. Co. 
of Penna.; Acme Supermarkets; Fidelity Phila- 
delphia Tmst; P.S.F.S. -Philadelphia Savings Fund 
Society; Interstate Milk; Franklin Institute; Big 
Brothers; Penna. Traffic Safety; Penna Highway 
Safet>'; Reading Railroad Penna. Liquor Control 
Board; Tri.angle Circulation Co. 



MUTSCHMANN FILMS 
Box 398, Paoli, Pa. 19301 
Studios: 520 Lincoln Highway, Frazer, Penna. 
19355. Phones: (215) 647-2260; 647-2261. 
Date of Organization: 1964 
W. F. Mutschmann, Executive Producer 
S. G. Williams, Production Manager 
Mrs. H. C. Rubenstone, Office Manager 
Services: 8 & I6mm motion pictures, slide films, 
color and black and white photography, script 
to screen in-house capability, art and design 
for animation. FACiLrriES: Eclair, Arri, and Cine 
cameras. Sound stage, editing, art studio and lo- 
cation lighting equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; Red Feather (Lancaster Coun- 
ty United Fund); Conventional Watch As.^embly; 
Electric Watch Assembly (Hamilton Watch Co.); 
Beyond Agricola (Foote Mineral Co.); Big Switch 
(Dresser Industries). 

NFL FILMS, INC. 

250 N. 13th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19107 
Phone: (215) LO 3-6413 

Date of Organization: 1965 

Branch: One Rockefeller Plaza, Suite 791, 
New York. N'.Y. 10020 Phone: (212) 765- 
2050 

Ed Sabol, President 

Daniel Endy, Asst. to President 

Harry Weltman, Vice-President charge of 
Marketing 

John J. Hentz, Vice-President charge of 
Production 

David Marx, Director of Photography 

John Mullen, Comptroller 

Arthur Spieller, Production Manager 

Conley Benfield, Production Supervisor 

Steve Sabol, Producer-Director 

Chris Shoch, Producer-Director 

Robert Ryan, Producer-Director 

Stanley Leshner, Film Library Director 

Inez Aimee, TV Sales 
Services: Official motion picture production unit 
for member teams in the National Football 
League. FACiLmEs; All necessary equipment and 
facilities for production of all phases of NFL 
football. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlties: iVFL Game of the Week 
(SvTidicated on 106 TV St;rtions-Screen Gems) 
Countdown to Kickoff (all filmed segments fo 
CBS); Team Highhghts (National Brewing Co. 
Falstaff Brewing Co., Hamms Brewing Co.) 
Action/ NFL — 25 Week TV Series (American 
Express Co.); Key Plays of Pro Football (86 
b.anks in U.S. and abroad). 



Metropolitan Pittsburgh Area 

THE ANIMATORS 

1104 Keenan Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222 

Phone: (412) 391-2550 

Date of Organization: 1959 

Robert A. Wolcott. Onnrr/Prod. Manager 

Carol M. Heuber, Office Manager 

William J. Wolcott. Sales Manager 

Leland Ilartman, Chief Animator 
Services: Designed and/or animated motion pic- 
tures for television and industry, 16/3.5mm, color 
& B&W; Sound slidefilm production. FACiLmES: 
writing, storyboard, scoring, art and editorial; 
Oxberry lR/35mm animation stand; screening 
room, art and animation studio, editorial facili- 
ties. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictitbes: G.E.S.U.N.D.H.E.I.T. (.Ameri- 
can Iron & Steel Institute); Alcoa Full-Service 
Team (Fuller & Smith & Ross) ; The Latent Image 
(animated sequences— Lando Agency film); Tiri' 
plate for the M'dtvest (Mode Art Pictures, ani- 
mated titles). Slidefilm: Westinghouse Auto- 
matic Synchronizers (Ketchum, Macleod & 
Grove) . 



Dynamic Films, Inc. 
130 Seventh St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222 
Phone: (412) 471-2780 
William Matthews, Manager 
(See complete listing under New York City) 



The Jam Handy Organization, Inc. 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
Phone: (412) ZE 0143 

(See complete listing under Detroit area) 

WILLIAM W. MATTHEWS & CO., INC. 
130 Seventh Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222 
Phone; (412) 471-2780 

Date of Organization: 1960 

Date of Incorporation: 1966 

William W. Matthews, President/ Producer 

Katharine W. Matthews, Vice-President 

William J. Devlin, Vice-President of 
Sales/ Producer 

Anita W. Rice, Secretary, Treasurer 

Lou's Sisk, General Maruiger 

B. F. Tones TV. Production Coordinator 

Bemadette Onaitis, Resident Artist 

Don Lew, Lecturer, Advisor (Alfilms, Inc.) 
Services: Industrial motion pictures, shows, film- 
strips, slide shows, TV-PR films, wTiting. photog- 
raphy, editing and film recording. Also sales 
meetings and presentations. FACiLrnEs: Studios, I 
portable lighting and camera equipment for 8/16- ' 
/35mm motion picture production. Still photog- 
raphy. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: REZ-5 (PPG Industries); 
Two-Wail Turn-a-Round (Dravo Corp.); The 
Short Way Home (Montefiore Hospital); Rug- 
ged Wrought Iron (A. M. Byers Co.); SLroB J 
Presentation: Cn.f/i/cs.s Economy (Mellon Na- 1 
tiona! Bank); Filmstrip: Come Catch a Rainbow 
(PPG Industries); TV Commercials: for Li-, 
brarian Recruitment (L^niversity of Pittsburgh &; 
State of Pa); Gas Appliances (Hope Natural 
Gas; Agency: Ketchum, McLeod & Grove); Alle- 
gheny Center (Ketchum, McLeod & Grove). 

The Most Complete Studio Reference 

• These pages of detailed producer reference list- 
ings comprise the world's most complete buyer re- 
ference source to business and television film tape 
production facilities in the U. S. and abroad. 



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MID-ATLANTIC STATES 



MODE-ART PICTURES, INC. 

1022 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15219 

Phone: (412) 391-1846 

Date of Organization; 1938 

James L. Baker, Chairman of the Board & 
Chief Executive Officer 

Robert L. Stone, President 

Ernest A. Egyed, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services; A complete motion picture production 
company specializing in communications of sales 
promotion, public image, educational and televi- 
sion productions. Facilities: Mitchell and Airi- 
flex cameras; editorial (1, 2 or 6 head Moviolas) 
for 16/35mm picture and track editorial synchro- 
nizers with tape heads; foot pedal hot splicers; 
screening facilities including sels\Ti sync 16/35mm 
picture and track; lighting equipment includes 
full arc timgsten complement for studio or loca- 
tion shooting; mobile equipment with 3000 amp 
generator; recording studio; recording studio 
cxjmplete for photography and 8 channel mi.ving. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictubes: A Great Combination; Ulti- 
met in Stainless Steel (U.S. Steel Corp.); World's 
Most Modem Plate Mill (Bethlehem Steel Corp.; 
Zell Space Cabinets (Zell Mfg. Co.); TL-110 
Transloader ( (oy Mfg. Co. ) . 



RAY STEWART FILM PRODUCTIONS 
132 Oakwood .\venue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15229 
Phone: (412) 931-1030 
Date of Organization: 1965 
Ray Stewart, Owner-Producer 
Seb\ices: Sales promotion, public information and 
documentary filnis in 8/ 16/ 35mm. Travel and lo- 
cation photography, Filmograph productions and 
collateral services, editing and photography. Fa- 
[ ciLmES: Cameras, sound recording and editing 
equipment; special equipment for Filmograph 
and quick-cut animation from opaque materials 
or color transparencies; editing and projection 
rooms. Camera equipment and photo lab for 
still photogniph\ . 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
' Motion Pictlbfs: Untitled sales promotion film; 
\ Finishes for Aluminum (Alcoa); two untitled 
I sales promotion films (Centriblast Div., Joy Mfg. 
I Co.): T\' Commercials: for (Planned Parent- 
hood Centers and Pennsylvania Heart .\ssn.). 



Other Pennsylvania Cities 

WALTER G. O'CONNOR COMPANY 
100 N. Cameron St., Harrisburg, Pa. 
Phone: (717) 234-5925 
Date of Organization: 1952 
Walter C. O'Connor. President 
George A. McNult>', Jr., Vice-President tt 

Exec. Producer 
James S. Campbell. Director of Script Writing 
G. Patrick O'Connor. Asst' Dir. of Script 

Writing 
Paul Coulter, Art & Anim<ifion Director 
Donald B. McElwain, Director of Photography 
Frank Taylor, Chief Sound Engineer 
i Services: Script to screen production of motion 
pictures ,ind slidefilms. including public relations 
and public ser\'ice. industrial training and sales, 
educational, reports, live action .-ind animated 
TV commercials. Also disc recordings, etc. Fa- 
ciLmES; 4,600 square feet studio space includ- 
ing soimd stage; post-recording, projection, sound 
recording and mi.xing rooms; editing; animation 
stand; complete ba.sic filming equipment; art de- 
partment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Picti bes: Combolinc: Tiiprnialir (.AMP, 

Inc.); Miracle of Apples (,\.itional .Apple Insti- 

I tute) ; Corn-Packed for Power: A Place in His- 



WALTER O'CONNOR COMPANY: 

tory (York-Shipley Co.); The Bell for Action; 
6-60 second TV commercials ( Patriot-News Co. ) ; 
Total Rebar Seroice (Brocker Mfg. & Supply 
Co.); Mathematics Curriculum File Analysis 
(Pennsylvania Dept. Public Instruction); TV 
Commercials: for (State Capital Savings & Loan 
Assn. and Dauphin Deposit 'Trust Co. Series ofl2 
for each). 



MASTERCRAFT TELEFILMS 
41 East Market, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 
Phone: (717) 824-7120 
Date of Organization: 1954 
Marvin Berg. General Manager 
Hal Berg, Production Director 
Morey Wint, Director of Photography 
Services: 16mm color, b/w motion pictures; 
TV commercials, documentaries. Industrial film- 
ing for training & sales; sound slidefilm pro- 
duction; script wTiting, stor\boards. Facilities: 
Production stage with lights, filming capability 
for single or double system on stage or loca- 
tion; animation stand; b/w processing; art & 
animation dep.irtments; sound booth. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Tapestries (United Fund); 
Sea Mist (Trager Mfg. Co.-Roy Silver Agency); 
A Tree of Life (United Hebrew Institute); Amer- 
can Beauty Pageant (Promotional films— Pepsi 
Cola). Slidefilm: House of Tomorrow (Atlas 
Homes). 




SOUTHEAST REGION 



ALABAMA 

SPOTTSWOOD STUDIOS 
2520 Old SheU Rd., MobUe, Ala. 36607 
Phone: (205) 478-9353 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Manning Spottswood. Oicncr, Producer 

Maribeth Spottswood, Office Manager 

John S. Spottswood, Jr., Production 

Herb Skelton, Sound 
Services: Producers of 16/35mm films, slide 
films, filmstrips, television commercials, com- 
mercial photography. F.\cilities: Equipped for 
all types of sound and silent motion picture and 
filmstrip productions; location photography. 
Equipment includes Arrifle.v. Bach-Auricon 
cameras. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

.Motion Pictures: Cal-Tech (Calhoun Jr. Col- 
lege); As the Grass (The Phoenix Co.); Alabama 
Aviation (Ala. Institute of Aviation Tech.). 
Slidefilms; Fornct Me Sot (The Methodist 
Church); Of Such Is the Kingdom (Methodist 
Childrens' Village). 



FLORIDA 

Metropolitan Miami Area 

COPRi INTERNATIONAL FILMS, INC. 
983 S.W. 1st St., Miami. Florida 33130 
Phone: (305) 377-2081 

Date of Organization; 1955 

Eugene A. Prinz, President 

Mark Harris. Chief Director 

Jose D. de Villega.s, Attimation Director 

Reuben Guberman, Chief Writer 

Sarino R. Costanzo, Secretary 

Mann% San Fernando, Production Marxagcr 

Reinaldo Puig, Office Manager 

Julio L. Roldan, Prod. Coordinator 
Services: Theatrical features; English dubbing; 
animation, T\' conunercials, industrials. Facili- 
ties; Sound 16/35mm; language dubbing; art 
staff; Oxberry animation stand; recording & mix- 



COPRI INTERNATIONAL FILMS: 
ing stages; staff writers; directors; cameramen, 
etc. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion PitmHES: The Black Chritt (Copri In- 
ternational); Destination Miami (C. B. K. Film 
Enterprises); Authentic Revolution; The Lucky 
Arrow; Guerrilla Training (U. S. Information 
Agenc\') ; The Lions Are Loose; S'onnandie Nie- 
men; three Treasurers; The Way of Youth (Seven 
Arts Associated Corp.); Downfall (Greek M. P.); 
The Hidden Vault; Red Orchid; Forgers of Lon- 
don; The Yellow Snake; The Black Widow; 
Mysterious Magician; Room 13 (Roberts & 
Barry): Air Commandos' 1350 M. P. Squadron 
Documentar\'; Land Suroicai-Educational- 
U.S.A.F.). "TV Series: Prince Planet (American 
Intl. Pictures); The Amazing Three (W.P.I.X.). 



REELA FILMS, INC. 
(Division of Womefco Enterprises Inc.) 

65 N.W. Third Street, Miami, Fla. 33128 
Phone: (305) 377-2611 

Date of Incorporation: 1951 

Stanlev L. Stem, President 

F. F. (Ted) Sack, VP/ General Manager 

Al Dempsey, Production Manager 

Trevette Wilson, Laboratory Manager 

Joe Romano, Business Manager 

Ed Thompson, S(i// Drp^ Manager 

Merrill Vann, Photo Offset Manager 

David Edwards, Expediter 
Services: Laboratory': proces.sing of 35mm color 
& b/w positive/ negative, sound tracks, hi-con- 
trast; 16mm color & b/w positive/ negative, and 
reversal positive/ negative equipment is hi-speed 
spray, color re\ersal equipment is hi-speed with 
Ekta'ehrome Commercial Orginial (ECO-2/T255) 
and ME 4 (ER) capabilities. Printing: double 
8/16/35mm blow-up and 35/16 reduction, 
scene-to-scene color correction on B&H Model C 
plus full line of contra-st printing on B&H and 
DuPugh equipment. Ultrasonic cleaning; 16/ 
35mm print-thni or yellow-lettered edge number- 
ing. Sound: studio & location recording (Nagra, 
Ampex, Magna S\tic, s>'nc or wild: 16/35mm 
multi-channel mixing; 16/ 35mm RCA optical 
transfers, 16/ 35mm interlock projection for 
screening or post recording; music and sound 
effects selection. Editorial: complete editorial 
services including 16/ 3.5mm editing equipmen'.. 
Animation art, preparation and photography. 
Kinescope transfers of \ideo tape recordings; 
film vaulting and librarv print senice. Complete 
variet>' Eastman Kodak professional film pro- 
ducts. Contrast production crews and personnel 
and special requests. FACiLrriES: 40' x 45' sound 
stage complete with lighting control boards, dark 
room & dressing rooms. 2 fully equipped record- 
ing studios complete with dubbing, narration 
and projection facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictires: CBS. Arthur C^dfrey-Miracle 
of Broadcasting (Lee Mendelson Productions); 
Marco Island TV Spots (Deltona Corp.): Orhn 
Exterminator (Tclekon Productions); .Kcrial Pho- 
tography Opener (Peekskill Enterprises); Jackie 
Cle.-uion Show; CMhricl Heater on Medicart 
fDept HEW.) 



iqP this s>'mbol over a producer's 
listing in these page.s refers to di-splay adver- 
tisement in this I"th Protluction Re\ic\v issue. 

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SOUTHEAST REGION: 

Metropolitan Miami Area: 

SOUNDAC COLOR PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

2201 S.VV. 59th Terrace, P.O. Box 2167, 

Holly^vood, Fla. 33022 
Phone: (305) 945-0562 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Robert D. Buchanan, Exec. Vice-President- 
Gen. Mgr. 

Richard H. Ullman, President 

Clarence M. Schleh, Jr. Vice-President, Dir. 
Production 

Robert Biddlecom, Technical Director 
Services: Motion pictures for TV, sales training, 
education, public relations; specializing in anima- 
tion and animated syndicated services for TV. 
Advertising consultation and creation of point-of- 
material. Special experience in Spanish language 
production for theater and TV advertising. Fa- 
cilities; Complete production equipment for 
16mm color; Oxbern,' animation stand; Maurer, 
Arriflex cameras; lighting and sound equipment 
for studio and location production. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

TV Commercials: Red Stripe Beer (McMillan 
Adv.); Libby's Fruit Nectars; Sldppy's Peanut 
Butter (Lennen & Newell); Charleston Chew 
(Arnold & Co.); Cafe Rico {]. Walter Thomp- 
son ) ; South Pacific Restaurants ( Creative Con- 
sultants). 

TEL-AIR INTERESTS, INC. 
P.O. Box 267 Gratigny Branch, Miami, Florida 

33168 
Phone: (305) 681-6362 

Date of Organization; 1960 

Grant H. Gravitt, President 

Charles Allen, Vice President 

M. L. Gravitt, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: Motion picture production, cinematog- 
raphy, editing, sound recording, script writing, 
record pressing, high speed audio tape duplicat- 
ing, distribution. Facilities: 16/35mm motion 
picture equipment; Vi inch and 16mm record- 
ing with electrical interlock Ampex, and Magna- 
sync; studio; narration booth; editing room; music 
and sound effects. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Greyhound Derby (26 epi- 
sodes-Creative Marketing, Inc.); 1966 Miss 
U. S. A. Pageant; 1966 Miss Universe Pageant 
(Miss Universe, Inc.); Where the Champion.1 
Race (Gulf stream Park); First at the Finish 
( Hialeah Racing Course ) ; Fasten Your Seat BeUs; 
Orange Bowl Jamboree (Florida Dev. Comm.). 
Inside Racing (12 week T\' series-TEL-AIR In- 
terests, Inc.); That Plantation Pride (Plantation 
Chamber of Commerce). T\' Commercials: for 
Flagler Kennel Club (Advertising Associates); 
Exotic Gardens (Saunders, Bell); Diet Rite Cola 
(D'Arcy). 

Van Praag Productions, Inc. 

Studio City, 1954 N.E. 151st St., North 

Miami, Florida 33162 
Phone; (305) 949-4557 
]. Reagan, Manager 
(For complete listing see New York City) 

VPI of Florida 

925 N. Lake Drive, Hollywood, Florida 

Phone: (305) 927-3369 

(See complete listing under New York City) 

•ic For year-around reference to specializing pro- 
ducers of business film/ tape media, use these 
detailed listings in the 17th Annual Production 
Review with their complete references. 



Fort Lauderdale Area 



Filmex South, Incorporated 
2801 East Oakland Park Boulevard, 

Lauderdale, Florida 
Phones: (305) 564-7671 
Jack Drury, Executive in Charge 
(See complete listing under New York 



Fort 



City) 



FLETCHER SMITH STUDIOS, INC. 

259 S.VV. 21st Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 

Phone: (305) 581-7300 

Date of Organization: 1932 (New York City) 

Date of Incorporation: 1944 (New York State) 

Fletcher Smith, President 

Janet Smith, Vice-President 

Marie A. Dehn, Secretary, Treasurer 
Services; Production of motion pictures for in- 
dustry and television, sound recording for motion 
pictures, records, radio. Scripts for TV and radio 
commercials, specializing in comedy. Facilities: 
Sound studio; editing and projection; 16mm and 
35mm equipment; music library. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Fun and Games and West- 
inghouse Future Forum (Westinghouse); Sal- 
vation Armv Fund Raising Campaign. Slidefilm; 
The Space Age (Westinghouse); TV Films: 
Conni Gordon Show (Gonni Gordon Pub. Co.). 



TOUCHSTONE PRODUCTIONS 

834 S.W. 11th St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 
Phone: (305) 523-9648 

Date of Organization: 1964 

R. G. Touchstone, Producer-Writer 

Jo Ann Goss, Secretary 

Ken Twaddell, Still Picture Production 

Robert Goss, Director of Photography 
Services; 16/ 35mm motion pictures, TV docu- 
mentaries and commercials, slidefilms. Facili- 
ties: Film editing department; portable camera 
and sound for location work. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; New Horizons (Common- 
wealth of Kentuckv); Kids and Dogs (National 
Dog Derby); That Florida Flair (A.O.P.A./The 
Diplomat Hotel); havelogs, short subjects for 
Florida Development Commission. TV CoM- 
MERCLVLs: for Castro Convertibles, Crosse 
Pointe Furniture, Hale Piano and Organ Com- 
pany, Thorn McAnn-Shoeboat, Gateway Rambler. 



Other Florida Cities 

THE BARTON FILM COMPANY 

4853 Waller St., Jackson\ ille, Florida 32205 
Phone: (904) 389-4541 

Date of Organization: 1953 
Reorganized: 1965 

Donald E. Barton, President 

Lee O. Larew, A.'isoe. Producer 

Georg C. Brolin, Photography 

Neil Mengel, Sound 

Ralph Haeg, Editing 

Rebecca Hysler, Administrative Asst. 
Services; 16/35mm motion pictures for industry, 
industry pubUc relations, promotion, sales train- 
ing, product information, motivation, employee 
indoctrination; TV commercials and productions. 
Complete creative, writing and production staff 
producer services. FACiLrriEs: 40' x 60' air-con 
ditioned sound stage with heavy-duty lighting: 
16mm and 35mm sound and silent photographic 
equipment; hydro-dolly; interlock projection; 
complete editing facilities; separate narration re 
cording studio; music and sound effects library 
animation and title stand, hot press titles; sound 
mixing; talent file. 



BARTON FILM COMPANY: 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Suwannee Sojourn (Stephen 
Foster Memorial Comm.); Decompression Sick- 
ness in Flight (U. S. Air Force); Moore Modem 
Methods (Moore Dry Kiln Co.); Gator Bowl 
Highlights; Texas AhM vs Georgia Tech (Gator , 
Bowl Assn.). TV Commercials: for Winn-Dixie ; 
Stores (William Cook & Associates); Sunbeam 
Rolls (Quality Bakers of America); State of 
Florida ( Florida Devel opment Comm.) . 

CLOSE PRODUCTIONS 
163 San Carlos Boulevard, Ft. Myers Beach, 

Florida 33931 
Phone: MOhawk 4-6166 

Date of Organization: 1965 

Branch Office: 114 N. Wayne Ave., Wayne, 
Pa. 19807. David J. Flood, Creative Vice- 
President 

E. Burt Close, Owner 
Services: Production of custom-made sound fihn- 
strips, color slides. Readymade filmstrips on sales 
training, service station management and safety, 
sales incentive contests, sales training programs 
and meeting display devices. Facilities: Photo- 
graphic studio for production of filmstrips and 
shde presentations. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms; Spectral Color Range (National 
Lead); The Future is Yours . . . As a Salesman 
(Quality Bakers of America); Safety is Your 
Job (Penna. R. R); 9000 Series Announcement 
Film (UNIVAC); The Two Faces of Tape; Only 
Money; How to Stack the Odds in Your Favor 
(Permacel Div., Johnson & Johnson); Steady Diet 
(DuPont). 

GOODWAY PRINTING COMPANY 

102 Lakeview Bldg., North Palm Beach, Fla. 

33403 
Phone: (305) 848-8260 

Date of Organization; 1929 

Beryl J. Wolk, President 
Donald L. Wolk, Exec. Vice President 
Stuart B. Mclver, Manager, Writer-Director 
David R. Englund, Director of Photography 
Richard B. Logan, Editorial Director 
John J. Boyle, Corporate Art Director 
Services: Production of 16mm industrial, busi- ^ 
ness, sales promotion, training, public relations , 
and technical motion pictures from research and 
script development through release prmting. 
Facilities: Studio, editorial and office facilities; . 
Arriflex, Bell & Howell cameras; Moviola; Mag- j 
nasync sound recording equipment; Ughting 
equipment; equipment for underwater photog- 
raphy. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Million Acre Playground 
(Central & So. Florida Flood Control District!, 
The National Dividend (Perry Pubhcationsi 
Eagle in the Everglades; ;TF17A-20 Maintaw- 
ability (Pratt & Whitney Aircraft); Automated 
Beam Stop (Molecular Research, Inc. ). 

HACK SWAIN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1685 Fortuna St., P.O. Box 5396, 

Sarasota, Florida 33579 
Phone: (813) 955-1706 

Date of Organization; 1960 

Hack Swain, President 

Tony Swain, Vice-President 

Mike Swain, Vice-President 

Marie Swain, Secretary-Treastirer 
Services: Production of 16mm industrial, edu- 
cational, documentar.' and training films; TV 
spots; 35mm spots, slidefilms, stripfilms. Facili- 
ties; Editing faciUties for 16/ 35mm including 1 
sound, interlock projection and sound equip- 



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HACK SWAIN PRODUCTIONS: 

ment; Vi" Nagra tape sync system & 16mm Amega 
recording equipment; Bell & Howell sound pro- 
jectors. Available camera equipment: Cine 
Special, Auricon, Arriflex, Bell & Howell lighting. 

KECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictihes: Quality 5 (C\press Gardens, 
Marineland, Busch Gardens, Weeli Wachee, Sil- 
ver Springs); Sports Fishing at Marco Island; 
Marco, Your Island in the Sun (Marco Island 
Development Co.); Friend or Foe; Deer Santa 
(Silver Springs). Sudefilms: Opportunities I7n- 
limited (Lehigh Acres Development Co.); Big 
Change in Florida (St. Petersburg Times). TV 
Commercials: Weeld Wachee; Marco Island 
(Patrick Duffy Agency); C & P Telephone Co. 
of W. Va. (Fahlgren & Associates). 



PUERTO RICO 



DELTA FILMS INTERNATIONAL, INC. 

152 Tetuan St., San Juan, P.R. 

Phone: 725-7920 

Date of Organization: 1956 

Branch Offices: New York: 15 West 46th St., 
New York, 10036. Phone: (212) 582-5711, 
Klaus \\emer. Manager. Dominican Repub- 
lic: Producciones Dominicanas C. por. A., 
Calle Mercedes 17, Santo Domingo. Rosendo 
Sepulveda, Manager 

Akos Litsek. President 

Horacio Sidnev'. Creative Director & Sales 

Mary Multhof, Treasurer 

Atilla Futo, Director of Photography 
Services: Creation and production of TV and 
theater commercials in color and b&w. Creation 
and production of documentary films, specializ- 
ing in educational or technical subjects. Produc- 
tion of t\so weekh- newsreels for Puerto Rico 
and the Dominican Republic, used simultaneous- 
ly as media for insertion of color commercials. 
Facilities: Complete facilities for production, 
both video and audio, with the exception of labo- 
ratory facilities. .Ml laboratory work and opticals 
processed in New York Cit>-. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
T\' CoM.\iEBCL\i.s: for Eastern .\ir Lines; Puerto 
Rico Telephone Co. (Badillo, Inc.); Singer Sew- 
ing M.ichine; National City Bank (J. Walter 
Thompson); Chase National Bank; Ma.\well Cof- 
fee: Don Q Rum (Young & Rubicam); Jade East 
(Swank-Shaller-Rubin); Correctol (Pharmaco— 
N H & S); Dubonnet Wines (Schenley-Bhss/ 
Grunewald); Camel Cigarettes (William EsU); 
Ajiix (Norman. Craig & Kummel); Max Factor 
Lipsticks (McCann-Erickson; Mazola Com Oil; 
Libby's Ketchup; Vel Detergent (Colgate-Len- 
nen_& Newell); Friendship Cottage Cheese (Bor- 
den's— Chalek & Dreyer); Instant Fudge (General 
Foods-Bliss/Gninewald); Mirinda Soft Dtink 
(Pepsi-Cola Int'l.). 

VIGUIE FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Lamar Comer to Salaman, Hato Rev, P.R. 
Phones: 766-0235; 766-0236 

Date of Organization : 1950 

Juan E. Viguie. Jr., President 

Manuel R. Navas, Vice-President 

Salvador Tio, Vice-President 

Liana Rosa Toledo, Adminvrtrator 
Services: 16 and 35mm b&w and color com- 
mercial spots; docimientary films for government 
and private organizations; TV and theater news- 
reels; editing; single and double-system pho- 
tography; animated commercials. FAriLrriES: 
Two sound studios (SC x 50' and 34' x 20'); 
aitting rooms; 35mm and 1 6mm b&\v labora- 
for>-; kinescope facilities; proce,s.sing. printing; 
music l.ibrars-. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- PurrtnEs: Our Daily Water (P. R. 
Aqueduct Authority); Special Christmas Docu- 



VIGUIE FILM PRODUCTIONS: 

mentary for Vietnam (Viguie Film Prods.). TV 
CoM.MEBCHLs: for Lux Soap (National Export); 
Captain Action & Motorific Boats— Ideal Toys 
(Grey Advtg.); Leche Fresca (West Indies 
Advtg); ScUitz/ Amstel Beer (Lennen & Newell 
of P. R); Kellogg's (J. Walter Thompson); 
Credito & Ahorro Ponceno Bank (color anima- 
tion); El Mago rice (Lennen & Newell); Dodge 
1967 (Siboney Advtg.); Pertussin Cough Syrup 
(Norman, Craig & Kummel of P. R. Inc.); 
Palmolive-Colgate Palmohve (Norman Craig & 
Kummel of P. R. ) . 



GEORGIA 

Metropolitan Atlanta Area 

COLONIAL FILMS, INC. 
71 Walton Street, N.W., Atlanta, Ga. 30303 
Phone: (404) 525-5377 

Date of Organization : 1947 
Date of Incorporation: 1961 

Taylor E. Ho\Ties, Sr., President 
Clarence B. Glover, Industrial Sales 
Ta\lor E. Hontics, Jr., Industrial Sales 
John E. Sajem, Director of Art & Prod. 
^Iargaret A. Sullivan, Editor, Writer 
Services: Creators and producers of 35mm color 
slidefilms and slides and overhead transparencies 
for pubUc relations, sales, training, education and 
sales meetings. .Art, photography, editorial, writ- 
ing and research services. Recording services 
available. -Animation and production quantity 
prints. Facilities: 6,000 sq. ft. housing equip- 
ment, business offices, etc.; photographic and 
animation equipment. .Audio equipment avail- 
able; Neumann condenser microphones; Altec 
console with amplifiers; .\mpex Vt" multi-chan- 
nel magnetic recorders; Faircnild recording lathe 
with Grampian inverse feed-back cutter. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: Let's Look at the Learner; Looking 
at Vistial Aids; Looking at Teaching (Colonial 
Films); The Labor Calculator (Norris & Co.). 
Transparencies: Mathcmatics-Ocerhead Trans- 
parencies; Using the Library (Colonial Films). 



Dynamic Films, Inc. 
133 Carnegie Way, N.W., Atlanta, Ga. 30301 
Phone: (404) 524-7211 
Don OHeillv-, Manager 
(See complete listing under New York City) 

PROVENCE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
477 Armour Circle NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30324 
Phone: (404) 873-296S 

Date of Organization : 1965 

Gerald M. Crowder, President 
Jerry Brown, Vice-President. Producer 
Harriet Laurence, Secretary 
Bill Lieder, Director, Producer 
George Watkins, Production Manager 
Jern.' Harkness, Editor 
Bill Brady. Sound Engineer 
Dick Henderson, Ccncral Sales 

Services: Motion pictures. TV films and com- 
mercials, productions in 16/35mm. FACiLrriEs: 
Creative department, air conditioned sound stage, 
insert .stage, make-up and dressing rooms, 16/ 
3.5mm editing rooms; 16' 35 sound, studio or lo- 
cation sound. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictibes: Fabulous Playground (Lake 
Spivcy Park); Taken for Crantcd (Southern Bell 
Tcl. -Tucker WavTie); Miracle on the Mountains 
(Berry College); Moon Riccr (Southern Cross 
Sleep Products— Coinmark); Discotheque (Na- 
tional NuGr.ipc— Chuck Shields). 



SOUTHEAST REGION 



VPI of Atlanta, Inc. 
1140 Peachtrce St., Atlanta, Georgia 
Phone: (404) 873-2848 
(See complete hsting under New York City) 

FRANK WILLARD PRODUCTIONS 

1842 Briarwood Rd., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30329 
Phone: (404) 634-2433 
Date of Organization: 1952 

Frank H. Willard, Jr., Writer Director 
Judge E. Jackson, Field Production Marmger 
Shirley Bigger, Production Manager 
Sam Cravitz, Sound Engineer 
Lamar Tutwilar, Editor 
Services: 16/ 35mm motion pictures and sound 
shdefilms for business, public relations, education. 
Complete production and scripting services. Fa- 
cn,mEs: Film studio building, air-conditioned 
sound stage and editorial facihties, three 16/ 
35mm editing rooms; animation, sound control 
and machinery rooms; screening room equipped 
for interlocks and print showing; recording 
equipment on 16mm edge track includes recorder, 
three-channel dubbers; .Ampex Vi" tape and tum- 
tables; U-channel audio inputs; 16mm projector 
sels\Ti interlocked with dubbers for mixing and 
trail screening; 2 music libraries on disc and tape; 
silent and studio cameras; camera dolly, Mole- 
Richardson microphone boom, complete studio 
lighting and grip accessories in sound stage; lo- 
cation trailer; underwater blimps for 2 16mm 
cameras. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictires: Una Industria Para San 
.A/t'gur/-Latin .America (Conway Research); 
Paper Forest (Southern Pulpwood .Assn.): 1966 
Georgia Tech Hi-Lites (Georgia Tech); Blizzard 
Girl (Coca-Cola Co.): RC Cola Contest (Royal 
Crown Cola Co.). Filmstrip: The Girl from 
Coca-Cola (Coca-Cola Co.). TV Commercials: 
for Pomona Products Co.: Dynamic Carpet Cle.-m- 
er Co.: Coloni.il Stores: Dvnamic Tile Cleaner 
Co.; .Atlanta S\Tnphon\-; Piedmont Airlines-Liller 
Neal Battle & Lindsey. 



KENTUCKY 

VOGUE FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
P.O. Box 20126, 9701 Taylorsville Rd., 

Louisville, Ky. 40220 
Phone: (502)267-7436 
Date of Organization: 1950 
Edw. .A "Jack" Price, President 
William Dejamette, Director. Production 
Elise Mever, Creative Director 
George Weinmann, Director of Photography 
Robert King, Production Asti.<ttant 

Services: Complete creative and production fa- 
cilities for 16/ 35mm motion pictures and slide- 
films for sales, training, public relations, business, 
education and TA'. Creating and staging shows 
for sales meeting and conventions. FACiLrrirs: 
16/35mm production equipment, including sound 
studio, set-building facilities; complete locatioii 
equipment in a mobile imit. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictibes: Renault Slum boat (Ren.uilt, 
Inc.): Self-Levelling & Washability; What a 
Woman Wants; Adjusta-Clidr Shelves & Whceb; 
Superthrust (General Electric Co.). SLinFFiLMS: 
The Many Sides of Charlie Wade (E.I. Du Pont 
de Nemoursh Electronic Cooking with the GE 
Versatronic Range; The Top Storu; Green Dot 
Dependability: Let George Do It; The 2.5f/i llmir 
(Gener.ll Electric Co.). T\' Commfbciai-s: Citi- 
zens Fidelity Bank (Zimmer-McClaskey-Lewis). 
Live Shows: for Renault; General Electric Co.; 
Brown-Forman Distillers Corp. 



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SOUTHEAST REGION: 



LOUISIANA 



AVALON DAGGETT PRODUCTIONS 
P.O. Box 14656, 539 Park Boulevard, 

Baton Bouge, La. 70808 
Phone: (504) DI 2-7974 

Date of Organization: 1950 

Avalon Daggett, Owner, Writer & Director 

Jesse Davis, Editor 

Mrs. Elaine Miller, Office Manager 
Services: Motion pictures for public relations, 
sales, training, education and TV. Fach-ittes: 
Mitchell, Cine-Special and Bolex cameras; light- 
ing and sound equipment for studio and location; 
editing room; all production facilities available. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Signs, Signals & Safety 
(Louisiana Dept. of Highways); Others in pro- 
duction for the Louisiana Dept. of Highways; 
Mississippi Dept. of Highways, Louisiana Dept. 
of Education, Marcantel Co. 

BROOKS READ & ASSOCIATES, INC. 

251 Florida Street, (P.O. Box 2345) Baton 
Rouge, Louisiana 70821 

Phone: (504) 343-1715 

Date of Organization: 1965 

Brooks Read, President 

Maureen H. Read, Vice-President 

Glenn Ducote, Secretary-Treasurer 

Gus Cranow, Art Director 

Millard F. Cranch, Fi7m Director 
Services: Motion pictures, television commercials, 
news filming, audio recording and duplication, 
film library. Facilities: Small motion picture 
studio; audio studio. Auricon, Bolex and Bell & 
Howell cameras. Ampex and Magnecorder audio 
equipment; art. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictltkes: The City That Cares (United 
Givers Fund of Greater B.R.); Higher Education 
(Pubhc Affairs Research Council); Cajun Coun- 
try ( Breaux Bridge Fine Foods Co. ) ; La. Nation- 
al Guard (.Assn. of La. Electric Coops.); La. 
Radiant (Ed Reed Organization); Publicity (Sig- 
ma Productions/ Otto Preminger); 1966 Year- 
End Report (U.S. Sen. Russell Long); Lake D'- 
Arbonne (D'Arbonne Lake Commission); State 
Fair .■\udiovisual Exhibit (La. Dept. Education). 
Slidefilm: Farm Bureau (La. Farm Bureau Fed- 
eration), TV C0MMERCIA1.S: for Dixie Electric; 
Assn. of La. Electric Coops.; John Covington 
(Agency— Self); Hall for Congress (Advertising 
Promotion Assn.); Guidry for Congress; Gravel 
for U.S. Senate (Ed Reed Organization); La. 
AFL-CIO; WWL-TV; KNOE-TV; D. W. Parker. 




Real Facts for Sponsors 

— evidence of suppliers' good faith 

■jV The detailed hstings given specializing 
producers of business motion pictures and 
slidefilms furnish the buyer of sight /sound 
media with solid evidence regarding an\ 
prospective supplier. Listing data request's 
emphasized the need for both film and 
sponsor references and it is this area of 
each listing which indicates the recent ex- 
perience of each company in these pages. 



NORTH CAROLINA 

WALTER J. KLEIN COMPANY, LTD. 

1214 Elizabeth Ave., Charlotte, N.C. 28204 

Phone: (704) 377-1646 

Date of Organization: 1948 

Walter ). Klein, President 

Elizabeth G. Klein, Vice-President 

Richard Klein, Account Manager 

Diane Bowden, Distribution Director 

M. B. Brosius, Admitustration Supervisor 

John Chfford, Technical Director 
Services: Production, distribution, updating of 
35/ 16/ 8mm motion pictures in following cate- 
gories: television, pubhc service, sports, travel, 
sales training, pubUc relations, industrial and 
technical. FACH-mES; Own building with sound 
stage, art studio, film screening room, sound re- 
cording room, film vault, editing room, darkroom, 
distribution rooms, and general offices. Ampex, 
Magnecord, Stellavox, and Rangertone sync re- 
corders, music library, heavy lighting. Writers, 
editors, photographers, recording technicians. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Ninety Hours to Nairobi 
(Black & Decker Mfg. Co.); Community Action 
for Beauty (Chevron Chemical Co. -Ortho Div.); 
My Dog the Teacher (Allen Products Co. -U.S. 
Humane Society); Your Move (P. A. Sturtevant 
Co. ) ; The Toughest Test of All ( AP Parts Corp. ) ; 
.An American in the Ethiopian Highland Rally 
(Carreras Overseas, Ltd.); Americas Cliampion 
Cook (Shelco, Inc.); She Planteth a Vineyard 
(Agrico Chemical Co.) Gardens of America (Vel- 
sicol Chemical Corp.); My Last Race (Coca-Cola 
Co.). 



TENNESSEE 

CONTINENTAL FILM PRODUCTIONS CORP. 

2320 Rossville Blvd., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Phone: (615) 267-4302 
Date of Incorporation: 1953 
James E. Webster, Pres. & Exec. Producer 
Betty T. Webster, Vice Pres. & Treasurer 
Thomas Crutchfield, Secretary 
Erven Jourdan, Director of Production 
Services: 16mm and 35mm color and b&w live 
and animated motion pictures; sound slidefilms; 
industrial sales, sales and personnel training, 
documentary, pubhc relations, medical, educa- 
tional and TV films. Complete commercial still 
photography dept., including color negative and 
type C" print processing equipment. Facilities: 
Production facilities, including 16mm and 35mni 
cameras, sound stage and recording rooms, mo- 
bile location miit, synchronous recorders, single 
system cameras, FilmRama lenses; lighting equip- 
ment; complete art and animation department 
Permanent creative staff — writers, directors and 
musical director. Company plane for conferences, 
aerial and location photograph)'. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The VP Boiler (Combustion 
Engineering, Inc.); The Hand That Feeds You 
(Morrison Cafeterias Consolidated, Inc.); Poit;- 
er Building Blocks (U. S. Air Force); The Story 
of Adfusla-Form (Duplex Div. of Temco); Films 
for Cessna Aircraft Co., Eviiuaide Motors, King 
Seeley (Thermos Div.); Jos Schlitz Brewing 
Co.; Yucatan Holiday (Winchester- Western). 
Slidefilms: You're in the Floor Show (Morri- 
son Cafeterias Consohdated, Inc.); Our Gal Sal 
(Coca-Cola Co.); Best Mobile Homes (Best Mo- 
bile Home Sales, Inc.); The Dorsey Story (Dor- 
sey Trailers). TV Commercl^ls: for Southern 
Cross Industries, Inc. (Coinmark Agency); Crown 
Ford (Andrews Advtg. Agency). 



^^ this symbol over a producer's 
listing in these pages refers to display adver- 
tisement in this 17th Production Review issue. 



AMERICAN DIVERSIFIED SERVICES 

Box 975, Kingsport, Tennessee 

Phone: (615) 239-9301 

Date of Organization: 1960 

John Dallas, Sales Manager 

Ronald Edwards. Creative Director 

Linda Cash, Office Manager 

Tom MacNeer, Director, Photography 
Services: Motion pictures and filmstrips for in- 
dustry, business, education, tv, etc. Distributor of 
films to tv and non-theatrical sources. Facili- 
ties: For live action and animation photography, 
sound recording, editing, dubbing, film inspec- 
tion and distribution. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Years Ahead (Eastern 
Kentucky University); The Golden Age (Rev- 
nolds Plastics); 217 Southeast Proprietary). 
Slidefilms: Aeons of Brick (General Shale Prod- 
ucts); The Second Market ( WLEX-TV). 

REEDER PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
James Agee Memorial Studio, Tobler Lane, 

Knoxville, Tenn. 37919 
Phone: (615)588-8181 

Date of Organization: 1964 

Branch Office: 417 Garfield Ave., Glendale, . 
CaUf. 91204. Phone: (213) 246-4265. 
Thomas W. Taylor, in charge 

W. Fleming Reeder, President 

Thomas W. Taylor, Sales Manager 
Services: 16mm and 35mm color and b&w mo- 
tion pictures for industry, television and educa- 
tion. Slidefilms and other presentations. All serv- 
ices from original script to release print. Facili- 
TTEs: Offices in new, city-owned studio, lOO'xSO' 
x28'. Carpenter shop; make-up rooms, storage and 
editing rooms; studio and location equipment 
Lights, camera, sound. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Highland Sounds; Untitled 
film (Marvville College); More Than a Push- 
button (Institute of Electronics); Area Survetf 
(Aluminum Co. of America-Tenn. Div.). TV 
Commercials: Conwood Corp. (Show Biz, Inc.). . 

Metropolitan Memphis Area 

CADWELL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
402 S. Second St., Memphis, Tenn. 38103 
Phone: (901) 526-1453 

Date of Organization: 1966 

Date of Incorporation: 1967 

Charles E. CadweU, President, Director 

Photography 
Linda B. Cadwell, Secretary/ Treasurer 
David Beardsley, Sales/ Production Manager 
D. Lancaster, Photographer 

D. C. Hoffman, Administrative Director 

E. M. Russell, Artist 

Ser\ices: Photography, fihn productions for TV 
& industry on location or studio. .\rt, storyboard, 
scripts, film production, narration and sound re- 
cording; editing and laboratory services; free- 
lance photo-journalist for TV news assignments. 
Facilities: 5,000 sq. ft. studio & offices; 8/16/- 
3.5mm motion picture equipment; 35 mm 2y4x3y4, 
4x5, 3x7 and 8x10 still equipment. Single, double 
svstem sound recording. Arriflex, Auricon, Bolex, 
Bell & Howell cameras. Distributorship and sale 
(if 8mm Port-.\-Matic rear screen projectors. 
Closed-circuit TV; videotape. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Federal Compress (Federal 
Comp. & Warehouse Co.); Blueprint for Progress 
(Pilot Projects Ltd.); Operation Head Start 
(WOP Comm. & Memphis Bd. of Education); 
Industrial Blowpipe (Industrial Blowpipe Co.) 
Condifioning the Athlete (Messick High School 
Memphis Technical High School (Tech Hi 
School). SLroEFiLMS: First National Bank (Simon 
& Gwvnne Adv.); Systems Management (Walker 
& .Associates); Gem, Inc. (John Mabno); Sher- 
win Wilhams Paint Co. (local company). TV 



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CADWELL PRODUCTIONS: 

Commercials: for Naliimal Bank of Commerce, 

: Four Fl;unes, Flame Room; Belle-Shanneer; 

I Levy's ( |ay Scott & Assoc.); Memphis Light, Gas 

& Water Div.; Eastgate I31dg. (Creenshaw & 

Rush); Medicentcrs; Lake Anowhcad; Kar Wash 

(Walker & Assoc); Sealy Fashioniters; Carrier 

Air Conditioner (Merrill Kremer); King Cotton 

Meat Products (Rosengarten & Steinke); Reelfoot 

1 Packing Co. ( Noble-Dur>' ) ; etc. 

FOTOVOX, INC. 
752 South Somer\iUe, Memphis, Tenn- 38104 
(Mailing Address: Box 43S6) 
Phone: (901) 526-1239 

Date of Organization : 1951; Inc. 19.55 

Elston Leonard, Jr., President 
F. M. Leonard, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: Research; script; production of mo- 
tion pictures, slidefilms; special presentations for 
business, industr>'. Tele\ision commercials and 
series productions. Studio or location. Anima- 
tion, live-action, documentary. Custom recording 
and tape duplicating. F.tciLrriEs: 45 x 65 sound 
stage and 20 x 30 insert stage; theatre with pro- 
jection room equipped for interlock screening; 
standing sets and scene dock; prop room; con- 
struction shops; talent file, art and animation 
department; Hot press titling equipment; four 
! editing rooms. Moviola equipped; seven magnetic 
channels and mixer. Stancil-Hoffman recorder 
and dummies; 30/50 and audible tone generator 
'for shdefilm tracks. Magnecord tape duplicator 
portable sntic recorder; nmiter amplifier, equal- 
izers; sound effects library and 4 music libraries; 
I Mitchell, .Auricon and Cine Special camera equip- 
imeiit; electronic control slidefilm animation cam- 
lera: hydraulic Crab dolK ; Telefunken and E\' 
microphones; Mole-Richardson mike boom and 
'perambulator; M-R and Mc- .Mister lighting equip- 
|ment; grip equipment and sun reflectors; small 
ibackcround proiectinn screen, still equipment; 
J35mm, 2Vi. 4x5, 5x7, and 8x10. ColorTran, 
iQuartz, and Lowell Light location lighting equip- 
ment 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

IMoTioN PiCTLRts; Cunxinumnn i:nd Rrligion; 

iCommtmist Morals; The Truth About Commu- 

inivm (The National Education Program); Petti- 

\bone Master 5 Forester (Pettibone Nfullijdn Cor- 

Doration); A Conversation with Ian Smith fCiti- 

Fonim); Suprrhird Toys (Tennessee In- 

ries); Tuin Drive in Presentatior) (Malco 

! : aters). 



INDIANA 



RICHARD GAIBREATH, INCORPORATED 
2920 Engle Road, Fort Wa>-ne, Indiana 46807 
Phones: (219) 744-4379; 744-4596 

Date of Organization: 1950; Inc. 1961 
Richard Galbreath, Producer-Director 
Services: Motion picture production. Facilities: 
Equipped for b&w .md color, lip sync/soimd or 
silent. He.avv' illumination lighting; mobile loca- 
ion equipment. 

«ECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion PimHKS: Idea in Action (.\MP, Inc.); 
3reakthrnufih (Ford Motor Co.); Muscle in the 
Zrain Marliet (Indiana Farm Bureau Coop.); 
Hood to the Camcrorts (National Council of 
rarmer Ccxip); Operation— E (Peter Eckrich & 
ions. Inc. ) ; Ptierto Rico Produces Profit ( Indus- 
rial Opprirtunitios, Inc.V 



I Client References to Guide the Buyer 

• Client references pro\ ided in these listing pages 
ire for the guidance of our buyer-readers. Check 
-ides and sponsors listed; preview work of your 
prospective producer who is listed in these pages. 



J. B. MCGINNIS FILM PRODUCTIONS 

1403 Shawnee Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 

Phone: (317) 251-1817 

Date of Orgaiii/atiDu: 1965 

Karen B. .McGinnis, Secretary and Treasurer 
Services: Motion pictures, TV films and com- 
mercials, industrial films. Facujties: Studio, edit- 
ing, 16mm production equipment (sound and si- 
lent). 35mm (on request). 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

.Motion Pictibes; The Allamil Story (Altamil 
Corporation ) . TV Spots: Mortey on the Move 
(Indiana National Bank); Cosco Cradlette (Ham- 
ilton Coscii. Inc.); Roberts Animals (Roberts 
Dairy); Say Wluii you Think (Time-Life Broad- 
east (WFBMTV). 



MICHIGAN 

Metropolitan Detroit Area 

Contempo! Productions, Inc. 
690 East Maple Road, Birmingham, Michigan 

48011 
Phone: (313) ^a 2-8363 
Ross R. Callaway 
(See complete listing under New York City) 

NEIl DOUGLAS PRODUCTIONS 
3030 Iroquois Ave., Detroit, Michigan 48214 
Phone: (313)923-0303 

Date of Organization: 1927 

Neil Douglas, President 

Rosalie Douglas, Secretary-Treasurer 

Mary Neil Morrison, Promotion Executive 
Sekvices: Films for travel promotion, service 
organizations in financial and public relations 
areas, education project documentaries. Facili- 
ties: Photographic studio, film projection theater; 
.■Vrriflex. Paillard, etc.; sound recording on t;ipe, 
access to commercial laboratory facilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictires: The Bold Vikings (.Norway 
Government); There Shall Be \ew Glory (Span- 
i.sh Tourist Dept.); The Suprising Finns (Finnish 
National Tourist office); Magnificent Fury (.Alas- 
ka Promotion Dept.): And There Was S'o Xight 
(Swedish National Travel Office). 

F. B. N. FILMS 

15240 Crcscent^vood, East Detroit, Michigan 

Phone; (313) PR .5-0114 

Date of Organization: 1958 

Bert Penzien, Owner, Cinematographer 

Dan Blough, Safes 

Robert Anthony, Narration and Scripts 
Services: 16nim/35mm motion pictures for thea- 
tres, television and industrv'. Facilities: 16/- 
35mm cameras; editing and sound equipment; 
ColorTran lighting. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Tiieatrk AL SiioHi: Historical Mackinac Island 
(Universal Pictures). Televisio.n Film: The Su- 
premes (Fitzpatric Inc.). Theater Screen Aes; 
Series of 120 screen ads (Dolan Theater Ser.). 



ROBERT FISHER PRODUCTIONS 

403 Fisher Building. Detroit. Mich. 48202 

Phone: (313) 875-0430 

Date of Organization: 1957 

Robert S. Fisher, Producer 

Dayton C. Closser, Writer 

Marian S. Fisher, Vice-Pre':. 

.Auilre) J. Fisher, Secretary 
Servicf^; Motion pictures, motion sUdefilms, 
sound filmslrips, packaged meeting materials, 
TV commercials. rAciLrriEs: Facilities rented 
as required. 



EAST CENTRAL STATES 



ROBERT FISHER PRODUCTIONS: 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti'res: Close-Ups of the Wild (Chev- 
rolet Div.). Slidefilms: P (t A S'ewsreel; Big 
News in Ring.?,- 5956095 (Chevrolet Division); 
The Year for Sotilhem Living (Southern Living 
Magazine) 

FLOREZ INCORPORATED 
815 Bates Street, Detroit, Mich. 48226 
Phone: (313) WO 2-4920 

Date of Organization: 1931 

Cenaro A. Florez, President 
J. Raymond Cooper, Senior Vice-President 
Herbert Hall, Vice Pres., Client Service 
Clark E. Pardee, Jr., Vice-President 
Ernest D. Nathan, Vice-President, 

Consultative Service 
C. E. Broderick, Vice-President 
R. M. MacKinnon, Vice-President 
Charles W. Sabin, Secretary-Treasurer 
W'm. E. Herzog, Art Director 

Services: Management consultation on sales man- 
power development. Planning, writing and pro- 
duction of complete sales training programs. Pro- 
duction of audio-visual media, including motion 
pictures, slidefilms, recordings, slides and trans- 
parencies, flannelboard presentations, charts and 
printed materials. Personnel Services Division of- 
fers consuJtation, research and personnel testing. 
Visual Presentation Division offers graphic and 
film arts ser\'ices, plus meeting plans and arrange- 
ments. Facilities: Six-story main office in down- 
towii Detroit. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: The Perils of Pauline & Pete (Gulf 
Oil Corporation); Clues and Miscues; Better 
Than . . . ; Three Screen 1967 Product Features 
(American Motors Corporation). Stock Market 
Lecture Course (Paine, W'eber, (ackson & Cur- 
tis). 



THE JAM HANDY ORGANIZATION, INC. 
2821 East Grand Blvd., Detroit, Mich. 48211 
Phone: (313) TR 5-2450 

Officers 
Jamison Handy, President 
William G. Luther, Executive Vice-President 
(ohn .\. C,uni)bcll. Treasurer 
W. Eugene Hunter, Scmor Vice-Prfs;</i-nf 
Russell B. Robins, Senior Vice-President for 

Mercharulising and Market Development 
Everett F. Schafer. Senior Vice-President for 

Planning and Programming 
Harold Dash, Vice-President, Western Contacts 
James V. Grann, Vice-President, Production 
Jennings Hammer, Vice-President, Motion 

Picture Planning 
Charles W. Renfrew, Vice-President 
Hughes G. Southwell, Vice-President, 

Business Theater 
T. H. Westermann. Vice-President. Eastern 

Contaels 
N'incent Henuan, Secretary 

Branch Offices 
New York: 1775 Broadwav. New York, New 
York, 11019. Phone (212) JUdson 2-4060. 
Herman Goelz, in charge 

Ciucago; 230 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 
Illinois 60601. Phone: (312) STate 2-6757. 
Harold Dash, Vice-President, in charge. 

IIollvw(X)d: 1680 North \'ine, HoIIvwixkI, 
California 90028. Phone: HOIK-wood 3-2321. 

PrrrsBUBCii, Pennsvlvania. Phone: (412) 
ZEnith 0143. 



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DETROIT, MICHIGAN 

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THE JAM HANDY ORGANIZATION, INC. 
2821 East Grand Blvd., Detroit, Mich. 48211 
Phone: (313) TR 5-2450 

Services: Motion picture production: commer- 
cial, industrial and sales promotion; personnel, 
customer and public relations; minute movies; 
sponsored shorts; safety, educational motion pic- 
tures; television commercials; theatrical and non- 
theatrical distribution service. Filmatrip and slide- 
film production: commercial, industrial, sales 
training and shop training, customer relations and 
public relations; merchandising; training; cartoon. 
Glass slides, transparencies, slide racks, opaque 
materials. Meetings assistance: staging and pro- 
jection service, convention programs, live shows. 
FACn-rriES: Complete studio. Sound stage, re- 
cording, set construction, direction, casting, scene 
design, mock ups, miniature, stage management, 
field reconnaissance, animation studios, music 
direction and orchestra, rear projection, prop de- 
partment, speech and acting coaching, slide- 
film studio, film processing laboratories, art de- 
department, location equipment, creative staff. 
Projection equipment, sales and service. Special 
devices; suitcase projectors. Shoppers Stoppers, 
continuous loop projection, projectors, synthetic 
training devices. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Don't Take a Chance (Chev- 
rolet Motor Div. ); Happy Anniversary to All of 
Us (Sinclair Refining); Time for Living (Parke, 
Davis & Co.); The Day They Didn't Inspect the 
Rope (Armco Corp.); A Special Breed (J. I. Case 
Co.); Case After Case (Gen. Motors Acceptance 
Corp.); Service Second to None (Motors Insur- 
ance Corp.); The Wonder of "Water (American 
Water\va\s Operators); The Name of the Game 
is Green' (The Detroit News); The Selling Se- 
crets of Ben Franklin (Dartnell Corp.); The 
Story of Die Heads and Taps (United-Green- 
field Corp.); The Triad of Infection (Eli Lilly); 
The Canteen Story (Canteen Corp.); Ideas in 
Action (Westinghouse); One of a Kind (Radio 
Station WjR); Supermarket Rallies (Coca-Cola 
Co.); The Food-Life Preserver Refrigerator 
(Frigidaire Division). Slidefilms: Skyhawk 
Holmes Solves Case 0007^4; I'll Tell You What 
I Mean; Crack the Closing Barrier (Chevrolet 
Motor Div,); Get Wise and Price Is Not the 
Problem (Westinghouse); The People Watch- 
ers (S. S. Kresge Co.); Spotlight on Employee 
Benefits (Marsh & McLennan); Old Fashioned 
Virtues Pay Off (Pontiac Division); Door to 
Opportunity (J. L Case); The Job of Market- 
ing and Times Have Cltanged (Coca-Cola Corp.) ; 
Credit and Collections (American Telephone & 
Telegraph); A Quiet Revolution (National Gyp- 
sum); The Runaways (Detroit News). School 
Ser\tce Productions: Insect Societies, Indiana, 
Tales by Rudyard Kipling Using Sets and Num- 
bers, Our Community', Numbers, Names and Col- 
ors, Art Appreciation-Painting, Automotive Sheet 
Metal Repair, Biology Dissections. Biology (Tech- 
niques or Dissection), Famous Composers and 
Their Music. 

HENNING AND CHEADIE, INC. 
10000 Greenfield Road, Detroit, Mich. 48227 
Phone: (313) BR 2-1000 

Date of Organization: 1945 

George R. Cheadle, President 

John D. Joseph, Vice-President 

James Heinonen, Technical Editor 

Alan R. Hibbert, Secretary 
Services: Preparation of sales promotion and 
training programs and materials including mo- 
tion pictures, sound filmstrips, overhead trans- 
parencies, charts and literature. Complete direct 
mail and addressing services. Facilities: Writ- 
ers, photograph)', recording and direction; direct 
mailing data processing facihties. 



HENNING AND CHEADLE: 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Slidefilms: Operation Profit Growth for '67; A 
Case of Positive Protection ;md A Winning Com- 
bination (Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.); Lawn 
Crypts (Allegheny County Memorial Park); 
There Is a Difference (Creditors Service, Inc.). 

INSTRUCTIONAL ARTS, INC. 

16210 Meyers Road, Detroit, Mich. 48235 

Phone: (313) UN 2-3932 

Date of Organization: 1946 

Nicholas ]. Beck, President 

James W. Atkinson, Vice-Pres. & Treasurer 

Gerald C. Simon, Secretary 

John Parrott, Head of Sales 
Services: Creative and production staff for slide- 
fihns, motion pictures, slides, instructional man- 
uals, catalogs, aitwork and photography. Audio- 
visual equipment sales. Facilitizs: Complete art 
and photographic departments including 40' x 
50' stage with equipment for still or motion pho- 
tography; still laboratories; 16mm and 35mm 
animation stand; recording studio; hot press tj'pe- 
setting department. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Tlic Quest for Quality (Merit 
Industries): Slidefilms: Follow the Leader 
(GMTC); The Uni Line for '66 (New Idea 
Farm Equipment Co.); Tlie 1966 Air Condi- 
tioner Line (American Motors Corp.); America 
History Series (Encyclopedia Britannica). 



Kerbawy-MPO 
1300 Buhl Building, Detroit, Michigan 48226 
Phone: (313) 963-0201 
Haford Kerbawy, President 
(See complete data of MPO Productions, 
N.Y.C.) 



NATIONAL TELEVISION NEWS, INC. 
560 W. Eight Mile Road, Detroit, Mich. 48220 
Phone: (313) 541-1440 
Date of Organization: 1961 
Howard Back, Executive Editor 
Jim O'Donnell, Managing Editor 
Leshe Walden, Production Supervisor 
Betty Gunther, Operations Manager 
Services; Planning, production, distribution of 
newsfilm for business and industry; production 
of syndicated TV series; TV public relations coun- 
seling; preparation and distribution of TV sports- 
film, women's features, editorial matter, radio 
newstape and related material. FACiLrriES: 16/ 
35mm production and editing. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: (TV Specials): Outlook '67 
(Armco Steel Corporation, Bank of America, 
Chrysler Corporation, Minneapolis-Moline, Inc., 
Sun Oil Companv); Yon and the Economy (Frigi- 
daire Division, 'General Motors, General Foods 
Corporation, John Hancock Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Co., Lederle Laboratories). Newsfilms: 
for); American Petroleum Institute, Bendbc Cor- 
poration, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler-Plymouth, 
Chrv'sler Corporation, Chrysler Marine Products, 
Dodge, General Tire, Lederle Laboratories, The 
Peace Corps, Pontiac, Renault and Volkswagen. 
TV Films: 26 half-hour programs, George Pier- 
rot's World Adventure Scries for national distri- 
bution. 



Pelican Films, Inc. 
New Center Building, Detroit, Michigan 48202 
Phone: (313) 871-4200 

Ed Henry, Producer 

(See complete listing under New York City) 



REGAN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

19730 Ralston, Detroit, Mich. 48203 

Phone: (313) 883-2800 

Date of Organization; 1950 

Lawrence M. Regan, Cfiairman 

James L. Herman, President 

Robert R. Engelhard, Vicr-Prcs., Editorial 

Randall D. Garrison, Vice President, 
Special Projects 

Lawrence O. Perry, Production Manager 

Frederick T. Sherry, Bus. Mgr., Secretary 
Services: Complete programs for training, sales 
promotion, pubUc relations and education in- 
cluding sound motion pictures, sound slidefilms, 
business meetings, film-controlled meetings, prmt- 
ed materials, stage presentations, audiographs 
and TV spots. Facilities: Studio and stage de- 
signed, built and equipped for motion picture and 
sUdefilm production. ' 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS, 
Motion Pictures: Flags are for Flying (General, 
Motors Corp.); No Accident and Championship 
Basketball (Ford Motor Co.); 1st Quarterly Deal- 
er Meeting and Parts Managers Forum (Cadillac 
Motor Car); Protective Maintenance (Amencan 
Motors Corp.). Slidefilms: DOT Film Program 
(New York International Film & TV Festival 
Award Winner) ; Future of Planned Maintenance, 
Diesel Engine White Paper, 1967 Product Sem- 
inar, 1967 Product Service Training Conference 
(GMC Truck & Coach Division); Business Man- 
agement Meeting (Cadillac Motor Car); Criterion 
Gate Valves, Deming Pump (Crane Co.); Cotjr- 
tesy Pays Off, Sell Credit, Tlie Man from 
N.A.I.L. (Montgomery Ward & Co.); Finding 
the Time (Kellogg Co.); Press Preview (Heub- 
lain, Inc.); Dairy Council (Educational Media, 
Inc.')- Selling Aids Meeting (Owens Coming 
Glass); Buick Opel, Buick Electra (SCI Division- 
McCann Erickson). 

ROSS ROY, INC. 
Motion Picture, Visual Aids & Stage Div. 
2751 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. 48207 
Phone: (313) 567-4000 

Branch: 500 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y 
10035. Phone: (212) 565-3200. William A 
Walker, Exec. Vice-Pres.; F. Henry Lar 
son, Vice-Pres. & Acct. Exec. 
Thomas P. Marker, Vice-President, Stage 

& Motion Picture Production 
Donald G. Trac\', Vice-President, Visual Aid: 
Robert S. Fisk, Vice-President, Creative 

Supervisor — Merchandising 
F. J. O'Neil, Executive Producer 
John Zachary, Prod. Mgr., Motion Pictures 
Services: Create and produce motion pictures 
slidefilms and industrial theater programs of al 
kinds. Facilities: Creative and supervisory stafB 
fihn editorial facilities; two equipped stages; con 
tinning contractual agreements covering special 
ized creative requirements and mechanical facill 
ties, 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSOR 

Motion Pictl-res: Ballads for '67; Field Fore 
Meeting, Cars; and Field Force Meeting, Truck 
(Dodge Di\ision. Chn,'sler Corp.); Michigan 
U.S.A. (Michigan Tourist Council); Salesmen 
'67 Product Meeting and Barracuda Introduc 
tion Films ( Chrvsler-Plvmouth Division, Chrys 
ler Corp.); Pure-Pak Partnership (Ex-Cell-( 
Corporation); Hydro-Vee (Chrysler Marine Prod 
ucts Division); '67 Distributors' Introductwt 
(Chrvsler International, U.S.A.). Slidefilms 
Continuing programs for Chrysler Corporation an 
other clients. t\' CoMiiERCuLs: for Blue Cross 
Blue Shield, Michigan Tourist Council, ChrysW 
Marine Products Division, Detroit Bank & Trus 
Company. 

Van Praag Productions, Inc. 
2301 Dime Bldg., Detroit, Michigan 48226 
Phone: (313) WO 2-4896 
Henry Marcus, Manager 
(See complete listing under New York City) 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 19« 



VIDEO FILMS, INCORPORATED 
1004 E. Jefferson Ave., Dctroil, Mich. 48207 
Phone: (313) WO 2-3400 
Date of Organization: 1947; Inc. 1959 

Wilham R. WithereU, Jr., President 
Clifford Hanna, Vice-Pres. and Sales Mgr. 
Services: Production of sales promotion, sales 
training, public relations, and engineering motion 
pictures for industry'. Script; animation and live 
photograph)'; music selection; sound recording 
and mi.xing; editing and conforming; completion 
!ser\ices for in-plant units; slidefilms; TV com- 
mercials. Facilities: Sound stage; Maurer and 
Arriflex cameras; editing rooms; 16mm and 35mm 
Moviolas; interlock screening. Complete sound 
and hght equipment for studio and location. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTio.v PiCTT iiES: Speak up for Safety ( Consum- 
mers Power Companj'); High Standards (Huck 
Manufacturing Company); Big Power Grab (De- 
troit Edi-son); This is Nest-Pak (Anchor Steel & 
Conveyor Co.); Safety Knows no Season (Mon- 
•00 .\uto Equipment Company); A New Look 
It the Soo (U.S. -■Vrmy Corps of Engineers); R. 
S. Evans '67 Announcement and 1967 Better 
rhan (American .Motors Corporation); Partners in 
1'recision Packaging (Foreign Tracks) and The 
Hidden Talent (Swedish version) (Ex-Cell-O 
Corporation); Profitman (Walker Mfg. Co.). 
>Lii)KFiLMS: \o. 3 (Homestead Corporation). 
!■%■ Co.MMERCiALS for: Michigan Mutual Liabil- 
t\ Co. and First Federal Sa\ings of Detroit 
Hi'hr. Otto, -Abbs & .Austin); Master's Secret, 
IK (M.G. Advertising); Michigan State Coun- 
il tor the Arts ;ind Elite Creations. 

Wilding Inc. 

4925 Cadieux Road, Detroit, Mich. 
Phone: (313) TUxedo 2-3740 
\\ illiiim R. Winn, Vice-President 

1.1335 Livemois Ave., Detroit, Mich. 
I'hone: (313) WEbster 3-2431 
\\ . W. Kraft, Vice-President, Branch Mgr. 
Si'e complete listing under Chicago area) 

Other Michigan Cities 

PORTAFILMS 
4 1 SO Dixie Highway , Drayton Plains, Mich. 

4S020 
ri.one: (313) 674-0489 
I ),ite of Organization: 1947 
\\'illiam .Murray, Director 
Edward F. Wheeler, Sales & Utilization 
I'lhn Warren, Finance 

1 Knickerbocker, Design & Animation 

I Colson, Editorial 
I ■\vei\ King, Production Coordination 
Michal Bright, Office 

EFviCES: Designers and producers of modem 

[ictures for business and education. Facilities: 

>wii and/or rent all equipment and facilities 

il for live-action, animation and stop-motion. 

:.£NT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

I'liiiN Pi(:tl-ke.s: Dig Big ( Baldwin-Lima-Ham- 

t"! Corporation); The Children of St. ]ude 

\l SAC); Let Them Learn (Encyclopaedia Brit- 

"iuca Films/Bell & Howell); The Widening 

yortd of Presiotite (PrestoHte Company); Miss 

mmerica TV Commercial (American Medical .As- 

fpdation ) ; An Overture to a Neighborhood Hero 

I AP Parts Corporation ) ; History of Prote-its 

demonstrations #IU. 

\— — 

Your Most Complete Reference Source 

!f This 17th Production Re\-iew lists over 500 

pecializing producers, principal film distribu- 

t)ts, government a-v programs and writers. 

• Cxtra copies of this Hth Annual on request 

'l-hile supplies last. Enclose $2.00 with order. 



TIME LIFE 8 PRODUCTIONS 
(Oiv. Time Life Broadcast, Inc.) 

120 College, S.E., Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Phone: (616) GL 9-4125 

Date of Organization: 1962 

Howard J. Silbar, Managing Director 

Linda Dejong, Executive Producer 

Robert LaBour, Executive Producer 

Leonard Bridge, Controller 

Gerald Vander Sloot, Recording Engineer 

Greg Mavo, Film Editor 

\Valt Stokes, Art Director 

Gerald Kruyf, Photographic Director 

Peter Whigham, Sales 

Sehmces: 16 and 8 mm color, b&w photography. 
Slide and film strip production. Editing; sound 
recording; scripts for audio and \'ideo; art work; 
music; TV commercials; video tape recording; 
translation and foreign language recording. Film- 
ing available in foreign markets through parent 
company (Time, Inc.). Facilities: Sound studio; 
projection room; editing rooms; art department; 
music library; carpentry shop. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictikes: Sitting Pretty (.American Seat- 
ing Company); A Time to Begin (.Aquinas Col- 
lege); Retreat (Michigan Dept. of State Health); 
In the Red or the Black (RC Allen Business Ma- 
chines, Inc.); Off Street Parking (Michigan State 
Dept. of Highway); DeZwaan (City of Holland, 
Michigan); To Those Who Care (W. Michigan 
Catholic Diocese); A Sure Thing (Import Motors 
Volkswagen); Helping Others (Mary Free Bed 
Hospital). Slidefilm:A Bed Time Story (Gen- 
eral Appliance Corp.— Div. of Gibson Refrigerator 
Co.). TV Commebcl^o^: for Herpolsheimer De- 
partment Store (Lundberg Thompson Associ- 
ates; Vescio Foods (Breen Advertising); Meijer 
Super Markets (Johnson & Dean Advertising); 
Michigan Dept. of Sanitarians. 



CAPITAL FILM SERVICES, INC. 

1001 Terminal Road, Lansing, Michigan 

Phone: (517) IVanhoe 7-3735 

Date of Org.anization: 1942; Inc.: 1964 

lames Robert Hunter. President 
Edna F. Hunter, Vice-President 
Richard G. Cole, Manager and Director 
James Landes, Secretary & Quality Control 
Supervisor 

Services: Script to screen productions; T\' com- 
mercials; kinescopes; fihnstrips; slide presenta- 
tions; titles and animation photography; complete 
motion picture producer services; studio record- 
ing and record cutting. Facilities: Motion pic- 
ture processing laboratory, 8mm, 16mm and 
35mm, color and black and white. Licensed 
Eastman Kodak Kodachrome II processor. Black 
and White reversals, negative-positive and optical 
sound tracks, Fairchild and Ansco color process- 
ing. Complete laboratory f:icilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictxres: It's Your Association (.Michi- 
gan State Employees Assn.); Operation Oppor- 
tunity (.Michigan Technological University); 
Freedom (U. S. .Army Tank-Automotive Center); 
Servo-Chief (Jackson \'ibrators): Vcnczuelean 
Call (Wesleyan Community Church); All Fired 
Up (East Jordan Iron Works); It's System of Edu- 
cation (Grand Blanc Public Schools); Lunar 
Space Vehicle (Bendix Corporation). TV Com- 
mercials; for Jepson-Murray .Adv., Aves Adv., 
Jaqua Adv., Flair Adv.. Wallace-Blakeslee Adv., 
Harry Goldberg, Jr., Adv. 



'jfc' this syTnbol over a producer's 
listing in these pages refers to display adver- 
tisement in this 17th Production Review issue. 



EAST CENTRAL STATES 



OHIO 

Metropolitan Cincinnati Area 

K & S FILMS, INC. 
10490 Taconic Terrace, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45215 
Phone: (513) 771-4440 

Date of Incorporation: 1946 

Jack R. Rabius, President 

S. Harry Wilmink, Vice-Presiaent 

Roma I. Rabius, Seeretary-Treasttrer 

John Ruth\'en, Art Director 

Mary J. Stefansson, Production Coordinator 

Clifton Price, Production Supervisor 

John H. Rabius, Technical Director 

Roger McEIya, Roger McHugh, Cameramen 

Albert Tyler, Production Assistant 

Services: Specializing in industrial motion pic- 
tures, sales training films, sound slidefilms, ani- 
mated and hve TV commercials. FACiLmES: 
Production facilities, air-conditioned: two 3,000 
sq. ft. studios, sound control rooms, narration 
studio, conference room, editing rooms, art and 
animation studio. Script service, 16mm synchron- 
ous sound recording equipment and complete 
editorial services. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.MoTio.N PiCTLRES: How to Automate a Ham- 
burger (Burger Chef Systems, Inc.); A Bright 
New World (.American Realty Senice); Ad- 
vanced Microelectronic PCM telemetry System 
(Radiation Inc.); Preview Film (Association Lo- 
cal Transport Airhnes ) ; Profit the Inter-Con- 
tinental Way (Inter-Continental Hotel Corpora- 
tion). Slidefilms: Credit Serves You (Credit 
Bureau of Cincinnati); Discover the World (Cin- 
cinnati Historical Society). T\' Commercials for: 
American Bank & Trust Series (American Bank 
& Trust Co. ) , Kenner Toy Mfg. Co. Series ( Leon- 
ard M. Sive & Assoc); Bunny Bread Series (Fes- 
sel, Siegfriedt & Moeller, Inc.); Rainbow Crafts 
Play Doh Series (Rainbow Crafts-General Mills), 
Jif Peanut Butter Interviews (Procter & Gam- 
ble); Heiner's Bread Series (John J. McCormack 
Advtsg., Inc.), First National Bank of Kalama- 
zoo Series (Wm. John Upjohn Assocs., Inc.); 
Gold Carpet Group Series (Financial Advertis- 
ing .Agency, Inc. ) : and others. 

LASKY FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
3705 Lonsdale Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 
Phone: (513) 271-5833 
Date of Organization: 1939; Inc. 1956 
Max Lasky. President, Executive Producer 
Elizabeth C. Peters, Treasurer 
H. H. Nieberding, Secretary 
Marc Siegel, Script Supervisor 
David R. Wilson, Sound Supervisor 
Douglas L. Gray, Production Supervisor 

SEB\ncEs: Producers of motion pictures for in- 
dustry and television. Specialists in color photog- 
raphy. FACiLrriES: Completely equipped sound 
studio and laboratory for 16mm production. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictihes: A Time to Wv,h (Cincinnati 
United .Appeal); Lightweight Lift Engine (Gen- 
eral Electric Co.); TIte Sound of Profit (Cinn. 
Lathe & Tool Co.); Tubhies (Procter & Gamble 
Co.); How to Become a Miracle Worker (Miz- 
rachi Women's Organization of .America). 

All the Facts You Need to Know 

li!r Concise, accurate data on film production 
.sources throughout the world appears in these 
pages. The buyer is invited to preview airrent 
pictures made by listed companies; the nature of 
their experience is noted under Client References. 



7lh PRODUCTION RKVIEW 



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EAST CENTRAL STATES: 

Metropolitan Cleveland Area 

CINECRAFT, INCORPORATED 

2515 Franldin Blvd., Cleveland 13, Ohio 

Phone: (216) 781-2300 

Date of Organization: 1937; Inc. 1947 

Ray Culley, President 

Paul Culley, Vice-President, General Mgr. 

James Sheedy, Secretary 

Arittia Markworth. Controller 

Robert Haviland, Executive Director 

Robert Mowry, Art Director 

Harry Horrocks, Chief Cameraman 

Edwin C. Perr>', Director-Cameraman 

Robert Schneider, Sound 
Services; 16mm and 35mm, color, b&w, produc- 
tion of live or animated subjects for documentary, 
sales promotion and training, public relations, 
medical and full length T\' productions. Special- 
ists in multi-camera synchronous shooting. Orig- 
inal music score production, 8mm projector and 
film point of sales productions. FACU-rriEs: Fully 
equipped building; three sound stages; floating 
recording studio, control rooms with sound equip- 
ment; art dept., two animation stands; film proc- 
essing labs, general offices, carpenter, paint shop; 
16mm and 35mm camera equipment, Mitchell 
NC and BN'C; portable diesel electric generator 
for location shooting. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictt-res: White Betters the Best (White 
Motor Corp. ) ; BuiMing Political Leadership Series 
(Republic Steel): Hall of Fame (Scott & Feteer); 
Ohio Heritage Series (Sohio): 66 Sales Meeting 
(Marathon Oil): MPs for A. Schulman Co., Blue 
Water Sea Foods, Sherwin Williams. FrLMSTRiPS: 
Initial Teaching Alphabet Series (Greater Cleve- 
land Educational Research): Series Training 
Films (Sherwin Wilb'ams): The Union Eye Care 
Center (AF & W); Operation Teamwork (Glid- 
dro). 



EDWARD FEIL PRODUCTIONS 
1514 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115 
Phone: (216) 771-0655 
Date of Organization: 1953 
Edward R. Feil, Executive Producer 
\aomi Weil, Script Department 
Services: Production of industrial, institutional, 
sales, public relations and promotion films; films 
for teleWsion. Facilities: Scripts, camera, edit- 
ing, and sound recording available for location 
or studio production. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; Tinrwrman Story (Tinnerman 
Company / Meldrum & Fewsmith, Inc.); Adven- 
ture: Greater Cleveland (The United .Appeal of 
Greater Cleveland); Step a Little Higher (Read- 
ing Centers Project-Adult Education Dept. Cleve- 
land Public Library); Lakes of the Four Seasons 
(United States Land, Inc./Wattenmaker Adv.); 
Akron — Rebirth of a City (Citizens for Progress, 
Akron, Ohio). 

GENERAL PICTURES CORPORATION 

4501 West Pleasant Valley Rd., Cleveland, 
Ohio 44134 

Phone: (216) 842-3636 

Date of Organization : 19.57 

George Oliva, Jr., President & Sales Mgr. 

Miliard M. Horace, Vice-Pres., Prod. Supvr. 

Doris Shaw, Asst. Production Supervisor 

Mildren Thompson, Treasurer 
SER\nCEs; Production of 16mm and 35inm mo- 
tion pictures, sound slidefilms, film commercials, 
script writers for training programs, sales presen- 
tations, lecturers, speeches, newsreel films, still 
photograph)-, art work. pACiLi-nES: Sound stage 
49' X 49' with ceiling grids for overhead lighting, 
rear projection, Uvo Fearless Panoram dollies. 



GENERAL PICTURES CORPORATION: 

Mole-Richardson perambulator, studio and loca- 
tion lighting equipment, Ampex and Magnasync 
tape recording, eight-channel mixing console. 
Maurer optical recorder. Moviola, Oxberry anima- 
tion stanci, music and sound effects library. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlres; Spring Dealer Meeting (Fire- 
stone Tire & Rubber Company); GE Bulbs Be- 
long (General Electric Company); Wet Paint 

(Cleveland Board of Education). Commercials 
for; Central National Bank (Fuller & Smith & 
Ross, Inc.). Slidefilm; American-Standard 

(American-Standard). TV Spo-rs: for Society 
National Bank (Griswold- Eshleman Adv. 
Agency); World Publishing Co. (Lang, Fisher 
& Stashower Adv. Agency); Glidden (Meldrum 
& Fewsmith Adv. Agency). 

INDUSTRIAL MOTION PICTURES, INC. 
3211 Paj-ne Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44114 
Phone: (216) 771-1833 
Date of Organization: 1945 
A. P. MacDermott, President-Treasurer 
D. E. MacDermott, Secretary 

Services; Motion pictures, filmstrips, slides, stills; 
sound recording, script. Specialists in location 
work for heavy industry. Facilities: Fully equip- 
ped sound stages; editing rooms; animation de- 
partment; six-channel s>Tichronous recording; 
complete music department; Arriflex, Auricon, 
Cine Special, Bolex cameras; mobile equipment 
for location recording and photography. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictcbes: Introduction to Kitimat (Alcan 
.Aluminum Corp.); At Your Service (American 
Cancer Society); .Annual Convention (.American 
Welding Society); The Sights and Sounds of 
Cedar Point (Tri-Graphic Corp.); This and That 
( DubHer Gr\co Corp. ) ; Fork Lift Hoist ( Dyson 
& Sons Co.); Alliance Machine Co. at A.I.S.E. 
(Huet. Becht & Henrich). 

Riviera Productions 
3303 Rumson Road, Cleveland, Ohio 
Phone: (216) RE 1-6076 
Pat Rancati, Eastern Representative 
(See complete listing under Los Angeles area) 

VISUAL METHODS, INC. 
3910 Carnegie Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44115 
Phone: (216) 431-0700 
Date of Incorporation: 1963 
Donald H. Howe, President/ General Manager 

Services: Preparation of original material for all 
types and sizes of slides and visual aids, including 
writing, ideas, art work. t\-pe. photography. Pro- 
duction of slides. \'u-Graph transparencies, slide 
programs, flip charts, filmstrips and sound slide- 
films. pACiLrriEs: .Art department, studio, camera 
and processing facilities for b&w and color. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Sales Meeting Slide Programs for: Chase 
Brass & Cooper, Goodrich-Gulf Chemicals, Dia- 
mond Alkali, Hooker Chemical Corp., Manage- 
ment/Stockholders' Reports for Standard Oil Co.. 
Ferro Corp., Jones & Laughlin Steel. New busi- 
ness promotion for Austin Co. 



Sound Advice for the Film Buyer 

^ A careful study of the prospective pro- 
ducer's listing text is a prerequisite to film 
buying. See the pictures listed by the com- 
pan\-; note the nature of client references. 
And if the prospective producer isn't listed 
in these pages visit his facilities; meet per- 
manent staff personnel and view current 
pictures identified as his own productions. 



VISUAL TECHNIQUES, INC. 

7016 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44103 
Phone: (216) 361-3733 

Date of Organization: April, 1963 

Edward T. Noll, President 

Jerry F. Turk, Executive Vice-President 

Robert T. Davidson, Jr., Vice Pres., 
Engineering 

Charles Toth, Photographic Supervisor 

Richard Suhin, Art Director 

William Taylor, Sound Engineer 
Services: Production and staging of automated 
visual and stereo sound presentations featuring 
multiple screens and panoramic projections for 
sales meetings, conventions, public relation- 
marketing meetings, etc. Facilities: Air cone 
tioned 32' x 28' studio, newly equipped Ampt . 
stereo recording studio, art studio, photographic 
studio, iinimation camera for slides and sliaefilms, 
multiscreen panoramic camera. Traveling equip- 
ment including 12 and 16 channel automatic pro- 
grammers, dissolving slide projectors, screens anr^ 
stages including exclusive Three-Plane Project;. 
S\stem, and Wall-of -Light Projection Syste;. 
Walk-Thru-Screen, Do-It- Yourself-Three Screen 
sonic programmer. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Presentations; 1967 Straight-Talk Sales Raiiu 
(B. F. Goodrich Co.); National Audio-Vis-ual 
Dealers Show; Audio-Visual Educational Road 
Show (Eastman Kodak Co.); Atom Fair (West- 
inghouse Electric Corp. ) . 

Wilding Inc. 
2307 Chester Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 
Phone: (216) 771-4030 
S. C. Johns, Jr., Branch Manager 
(See complete listing under Chicago area) 



Dayton, Ohio 

WILLIAM DITZEL PRODUCTIONS 

933 Shroyer Road, Dayton, Ohio 45419 

Phone: (513) 298-5381 

Date of Organization: 1962 

William G. Ditzel, Owner 
SEB\acEs: Write and produce motion pictures, 
filmstrips, TV programs, commercials, and meet- 
ings. Facilities: Auricon, Bell & Howell, Ampej 
Soimd; Cine-Special cameras; editorial facilities, 
music librar>-. 30' x 50' studio. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSOII 

Motion Pictures: The WXL Washer (Frigidaire 
Div., CMC); The Innovators (.Armco Steel) 
Promotional Theatre Trailers (WHIO-TV) Slide- 
films: Another Space Age Adventure; and Sel ■ 
Where the Action Is; (Frigidaire Div., CMC). 




Real Facts for Sponsors 

^—evidence of suppliers' good faili\ 

■^ The detailed listings given specializing 
producers of business motion pictures and 
slidefilms furnish the buyer of sight/ sound 
media with solid evidence regarding the 
prospective supplier. Listing data requests 
emphasized the need for both film and 
sponsor references and it is this area of 
each listing which indicates the recent ex- 
perience of each company in these pages. 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 19«1 



Metropolitan Chicago Area 

ACADEMY FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

123 West Chestnut St., Chicago, 111. 60610 

Phone: (312) Michigan 2-5877 

Date of Incorporation: 1950 

Bernard Howard, Pres. & Exec. Producer 

Donna Lee Johnson, Associate Producer 
Sekvices: 16mm and 35mm motion pictures, 
slidefilms, slides, widescreen and other presenta- 
tions for TV, conventions, meetings and sales aids 
for both the broadcast medium and industry, ed- 
ucation, and business. Specializing in sales pro- 
motion and medical films. Editing, writing, re- 
cording, titling for outside producers. Writing, 
directing, proouction services for ad agencies and 
industrial firms. Animation as well as live shoot- 
ing. FAcrLmES: Cameras, lights, cables, mike 
booms, dollies, recordinj; equipment, etc., for 
complete production and shooting either in own 
studio or on location: 30' x 45' x 14' ceiling sound 
stage. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: 24r/i Annual XRECA Meeting 
(AlUs-Chalmers); High Energy Absorption Ma- 
terials for Automotive Safety (Uniroyal); Ski- 
Daddlcr (AMF Western Tool Division); B'nai 
B'rith's Israel (B'nai B'rith Commission on Israel); 
Slidefilms: Kintrim Snap-Lok Suspended Ceil- 
ing System (Kinkead Industries). Sales Meetinc 
Pmsentations; for Sealy Mattress Co., Mogen 
David Wine Corp. 



AGRI-FILAIVS 
(A Division of Col Dunn Studios) 
141 West Ohio Street, Chicago, 111. 60610 
Phone: (312) 644-7600 

Cal Dunn, President 

George Owen, Vice President & Creative 

Director 
(See complete listing under Cal Dunn Studios) 



GILBERT ALTSCHUL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

909 W. Diversey Parkway, Chicago, lU. 60614 

Phone: (312) LAkeview 5-6561 

Date of Organization; 1954 

Gilbert Altschul, Pres. & Executive Producer 

Bruce Colling, Vice-President 

Len H. Slaton, Vice-President 

Esther Altschul, Secretary-Treasurer 

Don Schumacher, Production Manager 

Services: Production of motion pictures, slide- 
films, slide presentations for industry, education 
and government. Facilities: Sound stage; edit- 
ing, rec-ording and animation facilities. 
lECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion PicTunti: Wlure the Action Is and Be- 
cause the Bird is ButtebaU (Swift & Co.); Par- 
ticulatc Control in Air Pollution (Taft Center); 
Hypothyroidism (Fhnt Laboratory). Sltoefilms: 
System Sales and Centrifugal Clarification (De 
Laval Separator Co.); Reading Training (Psy- 
chotechnics. Inc.); Love Affair With an Island 
(Travelpower, Inc.). 

BECKER-GOESSl, INC. 
5621 Dempster Street, Morton Grove, Illinois 
Phones: Morton Grove: (312) YO 5-3121; 22 

Chicago: (312) 267-0058 
Date of Organization: November, 1961 

Frank G. Becker, President, Photographer 
Marvin E. Gocssl. Vice-President, Creative 

Director 
Nora Crane. Art Director 
Gloria Kondell, Design Illustration 
Vema S. GoessI, Home Economist 



BECKER-GOESSL INCORPORATED: 
Paul Cliff, Mecltanical Illustrator 
William Brodt, Art Production 
Earl Lindberg, Photographic Laboratory 
Harry Hedlund,P/iofograp/itc Illustrator 
Patricia Pfaff, Office Manager 
Services: Vista screen fihnstrips; wide screen 
filmstrips, sound slidefilms; sUdes; Vu-Graphs; 
movies; TV commercials; flipcharLs; easel pres- 
entations; charts and graphs; collateral material; 
slidefilm animation, art, cartoons, illustrations, 
lettering, typography. FACiLrriEs: Photographic 
studios, slidefilm animation cameras, slide pro- 
duction and mounting equipment, film process- 
ing labs, typesetting facilities, white and colored 
type cell overlays, home economics kitchen. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Commercial Electric 
Knife (Hamilton Beach); Slidefilms: 1967 Na- 
tiorial Dealer Meetings (Johnson Motors); The 
Paper Master, Your Blueprint to Printing and Op- 
erating a Floor Model Offset Machine (A.B. Dick 
Co.); Warm up to Winter 1966 Osterizer Slide- 
film, Wonderfilm of Massage and 1966 National 
Sales Meetings (lohn Oster Mfg. Co.); You, the 
Shopper and Your World and Money (Household 
Finance Corp.); 1967 Simplicity National Deal- 
er Meetings (Baker- Johnson-Dickinson Advertis- 
ing Agcv.); Do You Really Know? (Professional 
Budget Plan). Slides fob Man.aceme.vt Meet- 
ings: for Johnson Motors, Outboard Marine Corp., 
A.B. Dick Co., Avon Products, Inc., International 
Minerals & Chemical Corp., Beloit Corp., Hamil- 
ton Beach, E.I. DuPont de Nemours Co., Inc. In- 
ternational Harvester Co., Clinton E. Frank Ad- 
vertising Agencv, Cuna Mutual Insurance Society, 
American Machine Foundry Co. and Flint & 
Fenwal. 

CAMERAS INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTIONS 
(Division of the Ankh Corporation) 
1724 N. Orchard, Chicago, Illinois 60614 
Phone: (312) \VH 4-1818 

Date of Organization; 1957 

Date of Incorporation: 1966 

Charles D. Sharp, President 

Richard Mansfield, Vice-Pres. & Counsel 

John Oertel, Laboratory Manager 

Jim Moore, Producer-Director 

John Stase\-, Writer 

Bill Buhl, Director of Sales 

Orville Hurt, ArtiH 
Services: Producers of 16 and 35mm motion 
pictures and sound slidefilms. Particularly ori- 
ented to medical films and social documentary. 
Facilities: Complete studio, sound stage. Arri- 
flex and Eclair camera equipment; Nagra, Perfec- 
Tone, Ampex and Magnas>Tic sound equipment. 
Interlock screenings; 16mm b&w reversal and 
color printing laboratory. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; TIw Cooperative of San 
Andres (Parts One and Two) (The Cooperative 
League of the USA); Bring Forth My People 
(Twentieth Century Fox Television). Slide- 
films: A Neic Life (The Loyal Order of Moose); 
Principles of Cooperation (The Cooperative 
League of the VS.\ ) . 

CAVALCADE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

P.O. Box 801, Whealon, Illinois 60187 

Phone: (312) 668-6363 

Date of Incorporation: 1948 

Dale McCulley, President, Writer-Producer 

Encn Jourdan, Vice-Pres., Writer-Director 

Harold B. Mackenzie, Secretary 

Loreen R. McCulley, Treajtirer. 

Carol DahLstrom. Production Assistant 
Services: Production of industrial, educational 
and religious motion pictures and sound film- 
strips. Pa(cnte<l "Cincmastage" process for indus- 
trial show production. FAc;iLiTit;s: Arriflex cam- 
era with blimp; 35mm and 120 still cameras; 
editing; 40 x 40 sound .stage with variety of set 



CHICAGO PRODUCERS 



CAVALCADE PRODUCTIONS; 
components; Raby dolly; Mole-Richardson mike 
boom with perambulator; Magnecord; lighting 
equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: More Gas for More People- 
Naturally (Northern Illinois Gas Co.); Diagnosis 
of Speech and Reading Problems and Treatment 
of Speech and Reading Problems (Cavalcade); 
Electricity from Chemicals and Germs and What 
Theii Do (Coronet). 



CHICAGO FILM LABORATORY, INC. 

1322 West Belmont Ave., Chicago, lU. 60657 

Phone: (312) 935-6785 

Date of Organization: 1926 

Eugene G. [osephson. President 

Robert D. Casterline, Vice President 

Fred Piemonte, Laboratory Manager 

Virginia Rose, Office Manager 
Services: 16/ 35mm color and b&\v motion pic- 
tures; slidefihns; TV commercials. Facilities: 
Laboratory processing. 16/ 35mm b&w and nega- 
tive-positive color developing and printiiig. RCA 
sound recording, 16/35mm magnetic and optical 
titles and editing, for our ovra and other pro- 
ducers. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; The World Serii's of Com 
Combining: Cotton Picker; 1966 Statement of 
Purpose; Big Acre Handling; This Business of 
Gleaning; Guardians of Cotton Profit (AUis-Chal- 
mers Mfg. Co.); Afiami Conference; Tale of 
Three Cities; Dialogue of Champions; Personal 
Property; New Home Office; Regional Man- 
ager Conference; Kick-Off 1967 (AUstate In- 
surance Co.); Doten Under; Across the Border; 
The Narrow Gap (Casjo, Inc.); Madrigal (Imag- 
ination, Inc.); Lark (Northwestern University'); 
What's New; Com Combine; The Growing Cf 
(Oliver Corp.). Slidefilms: Harvest Bounty; 
Dealer Advisory Council; Color Blind Plow (Oli- 
ver Corp. ) . 



JOHN COLBURN ASSOCIATES, INC. 

1215 Washington Ave., Wilmette, Illinois 

60091 
Phones: Wihnette: (312) ALpine 1-8520 
Chicago: (312) BRoadway 3-2310 

Date of Incorporation: 1953 

John E. Colbum, President 

M. H. Colbum, Secretary 

Floyd D. Parker, £iec. Vice Pres. 

Edwin I. Schonfeld, Vice Pres. & Senior Writer 

Robert I. Ford, Vice Pres. Educational Div. 

John Holliday, Account Executive 
Services: Industrial and educational motion pic- 
tures; sound slidefilms, filmstrips and overhead 
projector transparencies. Production services, 
studio and facilities available to other producers. 
Writers, artists and technicians available on free- 
lance basis. FACiLrriES: Large sound stage; com- 
pletely equipped for 16mm and 35mm produc- 
tion. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; Tlierc is a Difference (Tell 
City Furniture Co.); What Makes America Great 
(DoAll Companv); Conquest (Christian & Mis- 
sionarv Alliance). Slidefilms: The Gift of a 
Lifetime (Colonial Pcnn Life Ins. Co.); Peace of 
Mind (Maccabees Life In.surance Co.); SiiTcesi- 
ful ScUing Series (8 filmsl (IntemaUon.d Sales- 
power Institute, Inc.); The Fence Around the 
Fortune (1967 Edition) (Northwestern Mutual 
Life Ins. Co.); The Secret of tfw Top 5% (19ffr 
Edition) (The Franklin Life Ins. Co.); The 
World Your Child Will Live in (1967 Edition) 
(The Franklin Life Ins. Co.). 



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CHICAGO PRODUCERS: 

CREATIVE COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 

520 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, HI. 60611 

Phone: (312) 527-2530 

Date of Incorporation: 1961 

Herschell G. Lewis, President 

Andy Romanoff, Production Manager 

Larry Wellington, Production Co-ordinator 

Louise Downe, Script Supervisor 

Bill Shallop, Art Director 

Ted Hell, Slidefilm Supervisor 
Services: Motion pictures; features, industrial 
commercial, educational, training; slidefilms; 
still photography; pubUc relations; scripts; loca- 
tion photography for other producers; editing 
service. Facilities: Studio facihties available in 
Chicago and Miami. Mobile motion picture and 
sound unit fully equipped for location shooting; 
35mm and 16mm editing department; art depart- 
ment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MoTio.v Pictures: On The Beam (James B. 
Beam Distilling Co.); The Dispensed Potato 
(Smith Div., United Fruit Co.); Fashion Show 
(BeeUne Fashions, Inc.). Feature Films: The 
Eerie World of Dr. Jordan and Jimmy, The Boy 
Wonder. Slidefilm: Future: Unlimited! (Chick- 
en Unlimited, Inc.) 

DORIC PRODUCTIONS 
5 West Hubbard St., Chicago, 111. 60610 
Phone: (312)467-7056 

Date of Organization: 1966 

Berne Baker, Executive Producer 

William Bauer, Associate Producer 

Lester Schein, Music Director 

John DerdaU, Technical Director 

Bill Tyler, Sound Technician 
Services: Motion pictures, shdefihns, filmstrips, 
business theater, staged presentations. Faciuties: 
Portable stages, stagettes; show domes, tents; 
shop facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Chicago Story (Equitable 
Life). SLiDEFiLM:T/ie Growing Challenge (Clip- 
per Craft). Business Theater: National sales 
meeting (Manpower, Inc.). TV Commercials: 
for Metropolitan Federal (Adv. Div.); Fox Man- 
ufacturing (Worple Associates). 



DOUGLAS FILM INDUSTRIES, INC. 
10 West Kinzie SL, Chicago, IlL 60610 
Phone: (312) MOhawk 4-7455 

Date of Organization: 1945 

Fred C. Raymond, President 
Arthur R. Jones, Vice President 
Douglas P. Raymond, Vice President & 

Director of Production 
Frank M. Miller, Director of Photography 
Emily Rich, Art Director 
George G. Gilbert, Field Sales Manager 
Joe Pusateri, Quality Control Manager 
WilUam Bielicke, Quality Control Manager 
Lawrence Tickus, Chg. Printing Control & 
Production 
Services: Creation and production of SSmin and 
16mm motion pictures, slidefilms, TV commer- 
cials and theatre trailers from script through 
release prints for industry, agencies and educa- 
tion. Complete 35mm and 16mm color and b&w 
film laboratory services for industry and produc- 
ers. Equipped and staffed for studio and location 
photography in motion picture and still fields. 
FACiLmEs: Large sound stage; staffed and equip- 
ped; script, art and animation; magnetic and op- 
tical sound recording, music scoring, editing, 
conforming and distribution of films. Complete 
35inm and 16inm color neg-pros, b&w printing 
processing; ultrasonic cleaning. 



DOUGLAS FILM INDUSTRIES: 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Girls Are Better Than Ever 
^American Dairy Association); All Pro Football 
(American Oil Company); Kairos (Bethany 
Theological Seminaij); Doughboy (Union Car- 
bide); Marketing the Quiet Home (Insulation 
Board Institute). Slidefilms: From Ice Age to 
Frozen Foods Age (Sara Lee); All About Gar- 
nishes ( Ecko Housewares Co. ) ; Electrophoresis 
of Agar Gel and CPC Program (American Society 
of Chnical Pathologists). TV Commerchls: 
Elanco (Clinton E. Frank Adv). 



CAL DUNN STUDIOS, INC. 
141 West Ohio Street, Chicago, Illinois 60610 
Phone: (312) 644-7600 

Branch: 1040 N. Las Pahnas, Hollywood, Cal. 
90038; Phone: (213) HO 9-9011, Alan S. 
Lee, Manager. 

Date of Organization: 1947 

Cal Dimn, President 

Joseph G. Betzer, Vice-President 

Helen A. Krupka, Creative Services Director 

Bob O'Reilly, Executive Art Director 

Ray Mueller, Director, Cameraman 

Janet White, Art Director 

Bernard A. Montgomery, Stage Manager 

Art Ellis, Chief Editor 

Ruth Reidy, Audit & Bookkeeping 

Linda Axelson, Talent Contact 

Services: Motion pictures and slidefilms for sales 
training, promotion, product information, em- 
ployee indoctrination and special purposes; TV 
commercials and productions. FACiLrnES: Sound 
stage, insert stages, working kitchen, Oxberry an- 
imation stand and equipment; complete anima- 
tion, inking and painting depts.; editing, screen- 
ing rooms, carpenter shop, creative and admin- 
istrative facihties. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Freedom to Succeed 
(National American Wholesale Grocers' Associa- 
tion); The Smallest Giant (Aerospace Div. of 
Abex Corporation); Car Wash Franchises (Si- 
moniz Co.); Jim Beam Sales Meeting— James 
Bond (Campbell-Ewald Co.); Blue Ballot Illinois 
Looks AJiead (Citizens Committee for a New 
Revenue Article, (Jacobs & Bozell); The Bacon 
Bin ( Black, Sivalls & Bryson, Inc. ) ; Systems 
Farming With BS&B (BS&B). Slidefilms: Berry 
Tours (Winius-Brandon); How to Manage For 
Results (Campbell Soups); The Trials of Little 
Nell (Gardner Adv.-Elanco); Bonanza for '67 
(Crush Int.); BS&B Talks to Investors, Livestock 
Farming Systems, The BSSiB Bacon Bin (Black, 
Sivalls & Bryson, Inc. ) ; Co— and Grow With 
Modem Woodmen ( Modem Woodmen of Ameri- 
ca); Live Like a Millioruiire (Western Auto Sup- 
ply Co.); The Not-So-Strange Case of George 
Q. Frizbee (Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.,); 
Traveler Boats (Winius-Brandon); When You 
Need It (Metropohtan Life Insurance Co.) TV 
Commercials: for Repubhc Lumber Market 
(Geyer-Morey-Ballard); NBC Channel 5 Promo- 
tion Announcements; Meadow Gold-Cantrece 
(Don Kemper Company) ; 1966 Combined Jewish 
Appeal; 1966-67 Jacobsen Mower Commercials 
(Don Kemper Company); Grain Bin (L. W. 
Ramsey Advertising Agency) . 

FIIMACK STUDIOS 
1327 South Wabash Ave., Chicago, HI. 60605 
Phone: (312) HArrison 7-4855 
Date of Organization: 1919 
Irving Mack, Chairman of the Board 
Bernard Mack, President 
Joseph R. Mack, Vice-President 
Louis Garfinkle, Controller 
EUiott Satinover, Still/ Slidefilm Dept. Manager 
Roman Pol>'S, Music & Sound Engineer 
Harlan Croy, Manager, Industrial-TV Sales 



FILMACK STUDIOS: 

Jay Jankowski, Lab Manager 
Pat Cascio, Production Manager 
Robert Berg, Executive Producer 

Services: Motion pictures, sound shdefilms ano 
shdes for TV, industry, education, training pro< 
grams, sales meetings, public relations and iW" 
ports; creative services — script-writing, present»> 
tions, story-board jingles; production services — 
live motion picture and still photography ii 
studio or on location in 16mm and 35mm colta 
and b&w, animation and shdefilm photography 
sound recording and mixing— hp sync, wik 
sound, singing jingles, sound effects for tape 
records or optical film; art work — illustrations, 
cartoon characters, backgrounds, photo touch-upj 
titling — hot press, cold press, opaque and trans- 
parencies; lab work — editing, processing, print- 
ing, inspection. FAcn-rriES: Completely equipped 
sound stage, prop and dressing rooms; two sound 
departments; six animation stands with automatic 
Oxberry; art department; type shop; laboratory 
including optical printers, developing machine, 
editing. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSOR! 

Motion Pictures: Progress Thru Service (.\mer< 
ican Sign & Indicator Corp.); Promotion Film 
(Harlem Globetrotters); Sales Film (Peter Pan) 
Slidefilms: There's This Banquet (Cathohc Ex- 
tension Society); NABSP-This is Your Life (Na- 
tional Assn. of Blue Shield Plans) ; 



FILM MOTIVATORS, INC. 
3610 W. Pratt Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60645 
Phone: (312) 267-3680 
Date of Organization: 1965 
G. Richard Bowen, President & Gen. Manager 
M. Hans Zielke, Vice-President & Dir. of 

Photography 
Jerome Hippler, Secretary 

Services: Motion pictures, slidefilms, industrial 
and advertising photography, industr\'-wide 
training programs, product presentations. Facil- 
ities: 30' X 40' studio; editmg room; equipment 
for studio and location proauction; warehouse 
and modem material handling equipment, dark- 
room. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Slidefilms: Friend of the Family (DeLuxe 
Check Printers); How Much Better Could It 
Be? (Quality Chekd Dairy Products Assn.); Chi- 
cage's People and Places (Field Enterprises); 
Real Estate Salesmen's Training Programs— 5 
films plus books. 

MORTON GOLDSHOLL 
DESIGN ASSOCIATES, INC. 
420 Frontage Road, Northfield, Illinois, 60093 
Phone: (312) 446-8300 

Date of Organization: 1942 

Morton GoldshoU, President, Exec. Prod. 

Mildred GoldshoU, Secretary, Producer 

John Weber, V.P., Studio Director of Design i 

William Langdon, Film Administration 

Tom Freese, Producer 

Services: Producers of motion pictures and slide- 
films for business, industry, television and educa- 
tion. Specialists in animated graphic design. Fa- 
ciLnTEs: Sound stage, 16mm and 35mm cam- 
eras. Moviolas, Oxberry animation stand with 
Aerial Image; .'\mpex, Nagra and Magnasync 
sync sound recorders, editing equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: PiHer Patterns (Science Re- 
search Associates, Inc.); Imagination 10 (Cham- 
pion Papers, Inc.); Summer Harvest (Chicago 
Board of Education); For Whom We Care 
(Children's Memorial Hospital, Chicago). Slide- 
film: AIM (Continental Casualty Co.). TV 
Films: WGN & KWGN Color ID's (WGN-TV; 
KWGN-TV); World Series Golf; Championship 
Bowling (NBC/ Walter Schwimmer, Inc.). 



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The Jam Handy Organization, Inc. 
230 North Michigan Ave., Chicago, Ul. 60601 
Phone: (312) STate 2-6757 
Harold Dash, Vice-President, in charge 
(See complete listing under Detroit area) 



ROBERT BRUCE HICKS & ASSOCIATES 

2 N. Riverside Plaza, Suite 1904, 

Chicago, Illinois 60606 
Phone: (312) 372-6966 
Date of Organization: 1963 
R. B. Hicks, President 
V. N. Hansen, Vice-President 
R. O. Hicks, Secretary-Treasurer 
SERVICES: Motion pictures, slide films and closed 
circuit TV for business. Producers of sales meet- 
,'. ing and sales incentive programs. FAcn-iriES: 
Associate producers in New York. Atlanta, and 
Los Angeles. Studio facilities leased or rented as 
required. 
'' lECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Take a Second Look (Nation- 
^ al Renderers Assn.); Field Performance (Side- 
: winder Corp.); The Scriptco, Inc. Story (Scriptco 
-•Corp.); VauxhaU Quality (Vauxhall Div., C. M. 
" Corp); Marine Trade Exhibit & Conference 1966 
[[(Boating Industr>' Assn.). 



INDEPENDENT PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
615 N. Wabash Ave., Chicago, HI. 60611 
Phone: (312) 7S7-5650 

Date of Organization: 1965 

Howard Berkowitz, President 

Bernard F. Caputo, In Chg., Special Projects 
Ser\tces; Motion pictures, television films; post- 
production services. pAcn-mEs: Editing; music 
Iibrar\'. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictuhes; Compression Flare System 
(A. Y. McDonald Co.); Olson Sales Fihn; Won- 
derful World of Travel (Olson Travel Organ- 
ization; They Wanted to Fly (self -production). 
Post Production: ABC-T\'; Harness Racing In- 
stitute. 



INTERLOCK PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

127 South Wacker Dr., Chicago, 111. 60606 

Phone: (312) 346-1867 

Date of Incorporation: 1963 

Louis E. Wilder, President, Exec. Producer 
' William R. Snowhite, Vice-President, Creative 
& .Art Director 

D. H. Bash, Secretary 
Services: Producers of business films— 8mm, 
16mm & 35mm motion pictures; sound slidefilms, 
filmstrips and slides. New concepts and com- 
plete programming for sales meetings. Fach-ities: 
Cameras, lighting equipment, studio, creative & 
art departments and executive offices. Affiliated 
with writers; editing, recording and animation 
services; laboratories. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: The UARCO Grand Prix (UARCO, 
Inc.); Equitable Life Assurance Society Case 
History (.\T&T). Meeting Presentations: Cal- 
I ifomia Highway Patrol, Eisenhower Expressway 
and United Air Lines Case Histories (AT&T). 



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(with other special feature issues) in all 
regular subscriptions at 53.00 per year. 



KELLOCK PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
(Midwest Studios, Inc.) 
1037 Woodland Drive, Glenview, IlL 60025 
Phones: Glenview: (312) 724-0515 
Chicago: (312) 273-3880 

Date of Incorporation: 1964 

iames A. Kellock, President-Treasurer 
larion R. Kellock, Secretary 
James A. Kellock, Ir., Vice-President 
Frederick K. Barber, Vice Pres.-Sales 
]. C. Diebold, Vice President-Sales 
Albert S. Bradish, Vice President Prod. 
Services: Writing, production of motion pictures, 
slidefilms, and business show.s. Facilities: Two 
soimd studios on ground level— 100' x 60' with 30' 
clear to overhead caUvalks— 40' x 25' x 14' clear 
to roof— 3,000 amperes-120V AC power; screen- 
ing room; lighting equipment; camera; sound; 
editing; carpenter shop; makeup and dressing 
rooms; commissar\'; art dept.; prop rooms; cre- 
ative staff and production offices. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: More Jobs, More Profits 
(Bucyrus Erie); Simulated Acquisition Manage- 
ment; A. F. Cadet Wing Honor Code; Moral 
Leadership (U. S. Air Force); Challenge for 
Change (American Oil Co.); Tom Meets The 
Test (B. F. Goodrich); Corporate Partnership 
(Wooaward Governor Co.). Slidefilms: Profit 
Planning Quietline Selling (Bryant Mfg. Co.); 
also for Keebler Co., G. D. Searle Co. 

WM. N. KIRSHNER & COMPANY, INC. 

Executive Plaza. 1132 Waukegan Rd., Glen- 
view, 111. 60025; Studio: 1037 Woodland, 
Glenview. 

Phone: (312) 729-3030 

Date of Incorporation: 1959 

William N. Kirshner, President— Gen. Mgr. 

Robert B. Ross, Vice-President, Training 

Robert Beaugrand, Vice-President, Writing 
Dept. 

Ansel Pope, Vice-President, Art Department 

Richard Hereford, Vice-President, Production 

W. E. Terry, Creative Director 

John Fleming, Art Director 

Robert Larson, Secretary 

Services: Producer of audio-visual materials for 
marketing, sales promotion, TV, training and 
public relations; motion pictures, TV commer- 
cials, slide programs, slidefilms, industrial and 
business presentations, closed-circuit TV pro- 
grams for business. Faciuties: Two .sound stages; 
three production studios; writing, photography 
and art department; recording; animation; edit- 
ing; projection and interlock equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictxres; Hefty (Mobil Chemical Co.); 
Viamorxtc-Hobbs Injector ( Barber-Colman Co.). 
Sltoefilms: Cold Heading (Elco Screw & Tool); 
Sackncr is Co For Cotton Front (Sackner Prod- 
uct); Versatile Variety of Amazing Answers 
(Dow-Coming). 



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MERVIN W. LA RUE, INC. 
159 East Chicago Ave., Chicago, III. 60611 
Phone: (312) SUpcrior 7-8656-57 

Date of Organization: 1937; Inc. 1947 
Re-Incorporated: 1966 

Mervin W. La Rue, Sr., FBPA, Cht^nnan, 
Board 

Gunter H. Doetsch, President, Exec. Producer 

Parker W. Thomas, Secretary 

Christine Lundstedt, Production Asst. 
Services: Motion pictures, slidefilms. Specialists 
in medical, micro and macro-cinematography 



CHICAGO PRODUCERS 



MERVIN W. LARUE INCORPORATED: 

w/ depth experience in scientific, research, medi- 
cal teaching films. Consultants: planning, pro- 
duction, utilization of audiovisual media. Facili- 
ties: Studio, sound and camera equipment; ani- 
mation stands; time-lapse, high-speed facilities. 
Explosion-proof cameras, lighting equipment; 
micro, macroscopic motion picture cameras. De- 
velopment, application of fiber optics for body 
cavity cinematography. Full spectrum (infra- 
red, ultra-violet) motion, still photography. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Introduction to Clinical Medi- 
cine (Northwestern University .Medical School); 
Challenge of Change (Lake Forest College); 
Clinical Proctoscopy (Travenol Laboratories); 
Exchange Transfusion in Management of Hemo- 
lytic Disease in the Newborn (Stone Foundation); 
Reaction of Passively Sensitized Macaco Mulatta 
(Northwestern University); Errors of Refraction 
(Academy of Opthalmology) . 



JACK LIES PRODUCTIONS 
1230 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago, lU. 60607 
Phone: (312) 243-2600 
Date of Organization: 1946 
Jack H. Lieb, President 
Warren H. Lieb, Vice-President 
Donald J. Richter, Sound Engineer 
Charles R. Kite, Editor-in-Chief 
Ernest Schubert, Production- Asst. Editor 
Andy Burd, Production 
Bill Swander, Electrical Dept. 
Jerry Veysada, Traffic 

Services: Motion picture production; industrial, 
theatrical, TV, sales promotion, institutional and 
sales training; specialists in travel promotion 
films, TV productions, spots and shows. Film- 
strips and sound slidefilins. Consultant on mo- 
tion picture problems. Facilities: Complete stu- 
dios, 3 sound stages, RCA 35mm and 16mm mag- 
netic and optical recording. Specialists in hi- 
fidelity magnetic mixing. Nagra-lBmm sj-nc re- 
cording for studio or location. Editing, musical 
score facilities, echo chamber. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; 1966 World Series (.American 
& National League Baseball Clubs-Lew Fonseca) ; 
Farm Progress Show (Prairie Fanner Publica- 
tion); New Look at the Land; Last Generation; 
Fair Clumce; Constitution 1966 (Commonwealth 
of Kentucky); Mrs. Kay Series: Fun at the Zoo 
and On the Farm (Dept. of Health, Education 
& Welfare ) ; Gerwral Electric Dishwasher ( Zim- 
mer McCla.skev Lewis). TV Commf.rchls: for 
Slim Master Cycle Exerciser Cummings Brand 
(McPherson Associ.ntes ) ; Alberto Culver/ Rinse 
Away (Campbell-Ewald, Inc.); Bell Savings & 
Loan; Kroger; .Admiral; (Campbell-Mitnun, 
Inc.); Termitol (Frank C. Nahser); 7 Up (J. 
Walter Thompson ) . 

MATTCO ASSOCIATES, INC. 
2309 W. Johnsburg Rd., McHcnry, 111. 60050 
Phone: (815) 385-5508 

Date of Organization: 1960 

Branch Offices: New York: 18 W. 45th St., 
New York 10036. Phone: (212) OX 7-2896. 
Winston Sharpies, Jr. Musical Director; Clif- 
ford Baxter, Sales. 

Richard J. Matt, President & Executive Director 
\\'illiam .\1. Eraser, Director of Sales 
Jerry Olson, Production Maiuigcr 

Services: Motion picture and slidefilm produc- 
tion, including theatricals, TV and sponsored in- 
du.strials. sales and training films. Faciiities: 
Recording, music scoring and editing; 16mm and 



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CHICAGO PRODUCERS: 



MAHCO ASSOCIATES: 

35mm editing rooms, Mo\-iola equipped; 16mm 
and 35mm projection. 16 and 35mm Arriflex and 
Eyemo cameras; Nagra sound equipment; com- 
plete studio and portable lighting; special cam- 
era-boat and truck. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictuhes: Happy Holidays: Camping 
in the Smokies (.American Oil Co.); Mississi/ypi 
Match Race; 1967 Product Liiw-11 films (John- 
son Motors); Ireland on the Go (Republic of Ire- 
land). Theatrical Shorts: Smoky Mountain 
Magic; Voyage from Tahiti (Paramount). TV' 
Commercials; Skee Horse (Johnson Motors/ 
Baker, Johnson & Dickinson); Filet-O-Fish (Mc- 
Donald. Inc/D'.\rcy). 

FENTON McHUGH PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

161 E. Grand .\ve., Chicago, HI. 60611 
Phone: (312) 321-0533 

Date of Organization; 1956 

Fenton P. McHugh, President 
Joan Kennedy, Administrative Assistant 
Robert Krugly, Comptroller 
Services; Production of 16mm and 35mm mo- 
tion pictures for business, industry and TV. 
Sound slidefilm productions. Facilities: 16mm 
and 35mm production equipment; editing facili- 
ties and sound stage. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

MoTiox Pictx'res: Race to the Sun (Time-Life 
Broadcasting Co.); The Credit Interview (Credit 
Union National Association); Old Milwaukee 
Beer (Joseph Schlitz Brewing Co.); Slidefilm; 
The World Needs Credit Unions (Credit Union 
National Association). TV Commercials: for 
Milwaukee Western Bank, Miller Brewing Com- 
pany (Mathisson & Co.). 



MPO Incorporated 
185 N. Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 111. 60601 
Phone: (312) 372-1535 
WiUiam Bailey, Manager 
Don Tait, Mgr., Completion Services 

(See complete listing under New York City) 

BURT MUNK & CO. 
56 E. Walton Place, Chicago, 111. 60611 
Phone: (312) 337-0034 

Date of Organization: 1961 

Burton M. Munk, President 

Earl .\nderson. Production Manager-Director 

Mary .Abraham, Business Manager 
Services: Creation and production of motion 
pictures, shdefilms and related materials for busi- 
ness conmiunication. Sales meeting and conven- 
tion services. Nationwide public school distribu- 
tion of sponsored filmstrips. FACiLmES: Crea- 
tive writing, planning and production. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: A Lot of Living to Do (.VIa>- 
tag); Low Temperature Construction, A Step 
Forward, Spraying for a Billion, & Power Pack- 
age-The Tordon Herbicide Story (Dow Chemical 
Company); The Elegant Ones, & Introduction of 
1967 Mobile Dishwasher Line (Hotpoint); Table 
Talk (Sealy, Inc.). Slidefilms; Decision for 
Profit (.American Research Merchandising Inst); 
Show a Better Way; Step this Way; Freezers '67 
(Hotpoint); Time for Decision (Missouri Fidel- 
ity/Union Trust Life Insurance Co.); The 
Memoirs of Shadlow Smart-The X/11 Episode 
(Motorola); X Stands for Excellence, Sell the 
Big Ticket, The Sweetest Sound Around, and 
New Products, New Features for 1967 (Zenith). 



FRED A. MILES 
COMMUNICATIONS CENTERS, INC. 
1058 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago, 111. 60607 
Phone: (312) SEeley 8-4181 

Date of Organization: 1955 

Branch Offices: New York: 108 West End 
Ave., New York. 10O23 Phone: (212) SU 
7-8770. Charles Ticho, Vice-President. Cal- 
ifornia: 5545 Sunset Blvd., Holl>'%vood. 
90028 Phone: (213) 462-7311. Lionel 
Grover, Vice-President. 

Fred A. Niles, President 

Norman C. Lindquist, Vice-President, Sales 

William E. Harder, Vice-President, Production 

Rolf W. Brandis, Vice-President, Television 

Harry Lange, Vice-President, 
Executive Producer 

James E. Morgan, Vice-President, Finance 

Robert Alpert, Vice-President 

Manny Paul!, Vice-President 

George Jarrett, Editing Administrator 

Dorothy Roecker, Office Manager 

Bert Lindberg, Chief Charge Man 
Services: TV commercials; industrial films; sales 
training films; business theater; sound slidefilms; 
TV shows. Marketing and merchandising pro- 
grams. FACiLrriEs; 100,000 sq. ft. of space; 3 
sound stages; 3 editing rooms complete sound 
dept.; carpentry, electric, paint and prop depts.; 

5 screening rooms; art dept. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Change is the Challenge, 
Where Better Nutrition Starts, Formula for Suc- 
cess (Kraft Foods Co.); Revolution in Color 
( Clairol, Inc. ) ; Nation of Ncnnads ( United Van 
Lines); Radiological Health Lab (U. S. Air 
Force); Leadership: A Supportive Role (U. S. 
Na\'y); Threads of Craftsmanship (Tony Lama 
Co.); The Pacesetter in Aisle #3 (General Mills); 
A Storeful of Ideas (Reader's Digest); Partners 
in Profit/ Profit for Partners (Kroger Co.); It's 
How You Handle It, Beer Clean Glasses (An- 
heuser-Busch); Healing Hands of Medico 
(CARE, Inc.) Break-Through (Chicago Bridge 

6 Iron); Wliat's In a Word? (Community Fund 
of Chicago); Showdown (Porter Electric): De- 
sire (Wilbert Haase); The Mark of Leadership 
(General Electric) Where the Action Is (Beatrice 
Foods). Slidefilms: for Sealed Power Rings, 
GE, Blair Fashions, Faultless Castor Co., IGA, 
Patricia Stevens, Inc., Ariens, Inc., AP Parts, 
R. R. Doimelly. TV Shows: The American Canni- 
bals, Love in a Sexi/ Society, Marriage ( Episcopal 
Radio-TV); Tlie Wonder Circus (Walter Sch\vim- 
mer); Score Four, Post Time (IRDC). Ln-E 
Shows; Where the Action Is (Beatrice Foods); 
Convention Shows, for Admiral Corporation, In- 
dependent Grocers Alliance, Gale Products 
(Lawnboy), General Electric; The Inside Story 
Affair CTheo. Hamm Brewing Co.); Magoo's 
Magic (General Electric); 1967 Reveal (Ameri- 
can Motors Corp.). Feature Film: The Nash- 
ville Rebel. 



Pelican Films, Inc. 
410 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Phone: (312) 337-8116 

Max Pride, Producer 

(See complete listing under New York City) 

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annual issues are included in subscription at $3.00 
per year; S5.00 for two years. Direct order to 
Chicago office at 7064 Sheridan Road Bldg. 



PILOT PRODUCTIONS, INCORPORATED 
1819 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, 111. 60201 
Phones: (312) DAvis 8-3700 

(312) BRoadway 3-4I4I 

Date of Organization: 1940; Inc. 1952 

C. Robert Isely, President 

Robert L. Dedrick, Executive Vice-President 

Bob Luce, Vice-President, Prod. 

C. Don Sheldon, Treasurer 

A. E. Boroughf, Secretary 

Hal Childs, Director of Photography 

Ken Kracht, Director of Illustrative 
Photography 

Dave Hohnes, Director 

Dick Sato, Production Assistant 

Connie Andersen, Filmstrip Department 

Jay Norman, Jim Cuca, John Needham, Sales 
SEH\acEs: Complete creative and production fa- 
cilities for motion pictiires and filmstrips. Re- 
search, WTiting, photography, soimd recording, 
editing, and stripfilm services for industrial and 
business films. FACiLmEs: 10,000 sq. ft. 3,700 j 
sq. ft. shooting stage with 14 ft. clearance under 
catwalks; complete kitchen facilities for food 
photography; 16mm Mitchell and .Arriflex camera 
equipment; generator & battery packs for field 
work; special right hand drive camera truck with 
inside camera mount, front platform, top plat- 
form and radio gear; Ampex and Magnasync re- 
cording equipment including DuKane 30/50 
signal generator; double s\stem projection. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti^-res: Shaft Surface Finish (Chicago 
Rawhide) ; Selector Switch (Cherry Electric Co.) ; 
Safety Makes Sense, To Top Them All (Clark 
Equipment Co.); Furniture Unlimited (Steel- 
case); Mixed Blessing (Sakrete); The Difference 
is P. D. Q., Jewels for Industry (Superior Steel 
Castings Co. ) ; Driver Improvement Series-seven 
films (National Safety Council). Slidefilms: 
Du-a-trol. Stcamall, Cutting Fluids (DuBois 
Chemical Co.); Measure of a Leader, Measure of 
a Club (Kiwanis International); Message to You, 
It's for You, Insuring Good Customer Relaticms 
(Chicago Tile & Trust); Welcome (Illinois Tool 
Works); A Career That Counts (Victor Compto- 
meter); TLC for Wood Block Floors (Jennison- 
Wright Corp.). 

i 

PINNN PRODUCTIONS 
40-54 East Erie Street, Chicago, Illinois 606II 
Phone: (312) 787-8432 
Date of Organization: 1957 

Richard J. Powers, President 

Sandra Powers, Secretary-Treasurer 

Ra>- Hebe!. Production Director 

James H. Johnson, Creative Director 

Larry Kelly, Sales Director 

Ray kupjack. Art Director 

Edward Fitzgerald, Graphics Art Director 

Harold Amston, Photographic Director 

Ida Matz, Comptroller 

Paul Spiel, Animation Director 

Roger Micus, Cameraman 

Dan Lawler, Director 

Les Tucker, Musical Director 

Frank Rossi, Diana Golz, Dick Haberkom, 
Sheldon Kaplan, Lou Battista, Phil Water- 
man, Account Executives 
Services: Motion pictures, TV commercials, 
sound slidefilms, slides, live shows, sales train- 
ing meetings featuring "Pinnn Optics" (anima- 
tion of shdes, speaker controls movement). Com- 
plete studios for creative product and fashion 
photography including artists, designers and writ- 
ers for collateral material and sales promotion 
production. Special packaging and shipping facil- 
ities for quantitv' programs. FACiLrriES: 2 Ox- 
berry animation cameras, Mitchell animation cam- 
era with stands; full range 35mm, 4 x 5, 8 x 10 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



PINNN PRODUCTIONS: 

ind 11 X 14 cameras; automatic slide mounter; 
Automatic slide duplicators; three color process- 
ng labs for roll, sheet film and color prints. B & 
vV lab for processing film and enlargements, 
treative art department with Headliner type ma- 
:hines. 26,000 square feet of shooting area. 
iECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Tear Tup Can (Libby McNeill 
i Libby). Slidefilms; Pronto (S. C. Johnson & 
Son); Abbott Clean Air Center (Abbott Labora- 
tories); Bat Woman (Libby McNeill & Libby); 
This is Kclhggs (Kelloggs Sales Co.); Suzanna 
Shopper; Gifts of Elegance; National Treasures 
(Sears, Roebuck & Co!). TV Spots: WMAQ-TV 
Promotional Spots. S.^es Meetings: Kellogg's 
Key Biscayne Meeting; Kroehler Sales Meeting; 
United Air Lines; Parker Pen; Green Giant; 
Breakfast Meeting (Leo Burnett Co., Inc.); 
Dairy & Poultry a Go Go! (Swift & Co.); 
Pronto {]. C. Johnson & Son Co.); National & 
Regional Sales Meeting (Libby McNeill & Lib- 
byh Cleveland Press Party (featuring five 
{Screens) ( Sears, Roebuck & Co. ) . 



Reid H. Ray Film Industries, Inc. 

208 South LaSalle Street, Chicago. HI. 60604 

Phone: (312) FI 6-0897 

Cl>de Krebs, Vice-Pres., General Sales 

Dorothy Power .Special Assistant 

Reid H. Ray, President & Producer 

Ellsworth Pokfuss, Director 

Robert Winter, Film Editor 
Creative staff for scripts, storyboards for the 
production of motion pictures, sound slidefilms. 
TV films, TV commercials, animation and graphic 
design. Screening room. 

(See complete listing under St. Paul, Minn.) 



SPORTLITE FILMS: 

events and direct sponsor assignments; in-plant 
and entertainment, instructional documentaries. 
FACn-rriES: On location or studio; Bell & Howell 
"ODRs, Cine II, .■Vrrifle.t, Eclair; Nagra tape 
recorders, mikes, hp s\tic, color or b&\v; on lo- 
cation camera crews per diem basis; color or 
b&w stock footage available. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti.bi--s: One for the Money (Thomp- 
son Industries); Indy Epic '66 (Bryant .Manu- 
facturing); They Catne to Race (The Seven Up 
Companv); Scaring 12 Hours of Endurance 

(Sporthte oOO" Films); Everyone's On the Go 

(Peter Eckrich & Sons). 

SPUR PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
57 West Grand Ave., Chicago, lU. 60610 
Phone: (312) 321-1222 

Date of Incorporation: 1966 

Ransom P. Dunnell, President 
Paul A. Robinson, Executive Producer 
Frank Babcock, Secretary-Treasurer 
Robert Falisbender, Safes Manager 
Kathy Kimotek, Production Assistant 

Ser\tces: TV commercials; industrial and sales 

training films. Facilities: 16/ 35mm equipment. 

Midwest Representatives for: lack Denove 

Prods., Hollywood. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictvres: Bctliany Hospital (Bethany 
Hospital, Downers Grove, 111.); TV Commeb- 
cials: for Holsum bread (W. E. Long); Standard 
Oil (D'Arcv Advertising Co.); McDonald Ham- 
burgers (D'.\rcy Advertising Co.); Peter Hand 
Brewer\' (Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osbom); 
Morter(Grant Advertising); Kellogg's (Leo Bur- 
nett); lohn M. SmWh Furniture Co. (Herbert 
S. Laufman). 



RMP Productions of Chicago 

203 N. Wabash Ave., Chicago. HI. 60601 
Phone; (312) 372-8683 
( Ken Drake in charge ) 
(See data under Rose-Magwood, NYC) 

SARRA-CHICAGO, INC. 
16 East Ontario St.. Chicago, III. 60611 
Phone: (312) \MlitehalI 4-5131 
Date of Organization : 1937 

William Newton, President 

Marvin Bailey, Vice-President 

Jack Conrad, Vice-President 

Harold Lignell, Vice-President 

Pat Saviano, Production Manager 
Sebvices: Production of TV commercials. Facili- 
ties: 16mm and 35mm equipment, three stages 
and processing laboratory. 

IECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

TV CoMMKRciALs for: Allstate Insurance; Camp- 
bell Soup; Commonwealth Edison; Clearasil; 
Green Giant; Kellogg's; Nestle's; Pillsburv; Proc- 
ter & Gamble; Pure Oil; ScHitz; Starkist; S%vift; 
United Air Lines (Leo Burnett); Alberto Culver; 
American Bakeries; Ken-L-Ration; Oscar Mayer; 
Quaker Oats; 7-Up (J. Walter Thompson). 

SPORTLITE FILMS 
20 North Wacker Drive., Chicago, 111. 60606 
Phones: (312) 236-8955; 236-8488 

Date of Organization: July, 1955 

Alfred D. LeVine, Producer 

Tom Carnegie, Talent Director 

lames Leapley, Unit Manager 

Marv Carroll, Comptroller 

Robert Renner, Dick Upton, Writers 
Services: Motion pictures for industr>-, T\', edu- 
cation, commercials, "how-to" marketing; special 



rj!irjf.i.i=jrM,iiMJrU 



TELECINE FILM STUDIOS, INC. 
100 S. Northwest Highway, Park Ridge, 111. 

60068 
Phones: Park Ridge: (312) 823-1418 
Chicago: (312) 763-5818 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Byron L. Friend, President 

June A. Friend, Secretary-Treasurer 

Joan Werrbach, Audit-Finance 

Paul Luttgens, Production Manager 

Arvid Nelson, Si/pprt>ising Editor 

Roger Ruhlin, Director of Photography 
Services: Motion pictures, filmstrips, live meet- 
ings, new product introductions, trade show par- 
ticipation. Color and B&W, 35mm or 16mm 
studio or location. TV commercials and programs, 
complete packaging service, editing, rerecording, 
mixing, interlock screening, recording, script writ- 
ing, fllmstrip animation, high speed, time lapse 
photography. Aniforms, Communipak. FACiLrriES: 
Multiple camera, continuous shooting equipment, 
35mm and 16mm cameras, Arri, Eclair, etc; mag- 
netic recorder .\mpex, Nagra, etc., soimd stage 
30' X 45', five-channel re-recording and mLxine; 
dubbing from Nagra to sprocketed material; 
selsyTi interlock; animation stand, motion pic- 
ture and filmstrip, sUde cop\ing equipment; 
wireless microphones; location generators. CCTV. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Picti-res: That the People Shall Know 
(Sigma Delta Chi); This is the 4th (RMC Corp.); 
Racing (BF Goodrich); The Motorola Story 
(Motorola). Slidefilms: Sigma Chi (Sigma 
Chi); Ideas and Film (Linck). 



TAKE TEN INCORPORATED 

211 East Chicago Ave., Chicago, HI. 60611 
Phone: (312) 944-0455 
Date of Organization: 1961 

David R. Hayes, President & Board Chairman 
Dean DiBrito, Vice-President, Admirustration 

& Production 
Leo Peyton, Comptroller 
Inez Harris, Corp. Secretary, Motion Picture 

Director 
Robert M. Cooper, Vice-President Creative 

Services 
Thomas J. O'Connell, Jr. Director, Client 

Services 
Kenneth Solomon, Manager, Technical 
Services 
Services: Industrial motion pictures; live indus- 
trial shows; sound-slidefilms; slide presentations; 
TV films; videotape; musical jingles; radio tran- 
scriptions; radio programs; creative consultation. 
FACn-nnES; Business offices; creative dept.; stu- 
dio, 16/35mm production; original music, scor- 
ing and copying dept.; art dept.; still photography 
dept.; print production dept. for collateral ma- 
terial. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: A Sccon<i Thought (Quaker 
Oats); It's No Secret Now; And Suddenly — 
PoUjcard (Finn Industries); Breakthrough; Hands 
Out; Open the Door (A. B. Dick Co.). Slide- 
films: The Challenge of Change; The Complete 
Line (Masonite Corp); Chain Reaction 
(BPRMA); Chili Pepper Land (Universal 
Foods); Where Do We Live?; Do Me a Favor 
(Montgomery Ward). LnE Siiow-s: Pacemaker; 
Over the Horizon (A. B. Dick Co.); Mark One 
for Quality (B- F- Goodrich Distributor Show, 
American-Standard); In 17.50, Somebody Goofed 
(B. F. Goo<lrich 1967 Dealer Touring Sales 
Meeting). T\' Commercials: for .\merican 
Dental .■Vssn.; First Federal Savings of Chicago; 
First Federal of Pittsburgh. 



TRANS WORLD PRODUCTIONS INC. 

131 So. Wabash Ave., Chicago, Illinois 

Phone: (312) ST 2-0010 

Date of Organization: 1940 

Robert H. Estes, President 

James C. Reeves, Vice Pres., and Safes 

John Samo, Secretary. Treasurer 

Pearl O. Estes. Fashion Cood. 
Services: Package TV shows, training films, 
slidefilms. still photography. Food color photog- 
raphv. Recording and planning. FACiLrriES: Stu- 
dio; 40 \ 60 dark room and all prop storage and 
sets for all food preparation. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion PirTTBF.s: The Big Picture; Shelf Man- 
agement; Slock Control; and Cotirtesy fa Yours 
(IGA Food Stores) ;Yotir Bigecst Asset (Wausau 
Insurance Co.); The Total That Counts (Jewel 
Tea Co.). The Wonderful World of Mr. Frank 
CnO (Union Carbide Corp.); T\' Siiow-s: The 
Cookine Can Be Fun Show (Eddie Doucette 
on Staffas Chef): Cooks Tour Show (IGA). 



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HENRY USHIJIMA FILMS, INC. 

1101 Harrison Avenue, Park Ridge, III. 60068 

Phone: (312) 698-3331 

Date of Incorporation: 1962 

Henry Ushijima, President & Exec. Producer 

P. .\. Ushijima, Treasurer 

Ruth Ushijima, Secretary 
Services: Producers of motion pictures and slide- 
films for industry, education and TV. FACn-mES: 
.Ml location equipment in both 35mm and I6mm 
and complete editing facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictir»:s: Golf With Sam Snead (Fire- 
stone Tire & Rubber Co.) A Meeting to Re- 
member (Vogue Productions-Renault); Agent 008 



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CHICAGO PRODUCERS: 

HENRY USHIJIMA FILMS: 

f Hiram Walker (AVA); A Report to Distributon 
(Continental Motors (AVA); The Dashaveyor 
(Dashaveyor Corp.); Reo Mower TV Comm 
(Magee Wheelhorse); SLroEFiLMS: The Founda- 
tion (American Bldg. Constitutionally), To Your 
Health (Western Ogden Purifier Corp.). 

VPI of Illinois, Inc. 
450 East Ohio St, Chicago 60611 
Phone: (312) 787-2500 
Robert Sinise, Vice President 
(See complete listing under New York City) 

WILDING INC. 
1345 West Arg>le St., Chicago, 111. 60640 
Phone: (312) BRoadway 5-1200 
Date of Organization; 1914; Inc. 1927 

Main Office and Studios 
1345 West Arglvie St., Chicago, 111. 
Phone: (312) BRoadway 5-1200 
Dirk Young, Vice Fres., Midwest Sales 

Other Chicago Locations 

Wilding-TV Division 

301 East Erie, Chicago, 111. 

Phone: 943-9500 

Carl J. Nelson, Vice President 

Communications Idea Center — Customer Service 
5725 North Broadwav, Chicago, 111. 
Phone: BRoadwav 5-1200 
Robert Younker, Robert Lane. 



Commercal Picture Equipment 

Broadway, Chicago, III. 
Phone: BRoadway 5-1200 
Harvey N. Wilcox, Manager 



5719 North 



Wilding Branch Offices 

New York: 405 Park Avenue, New York, N. Y. 
Phone: (212) 759-0854. Dave Raymond, Vice 
Pres., Branch Manager 

Detboft: 4925 Cadieux Road, Detroit, Mich. 
Phone: (313) TUxedo 2-3740. William R. 
Winn, Senior Vice Pres. 

13535 Livemois, Detroit, Mich. Phone; (313) 
933-2431. W. W. Kraft, Vice-Pres.-Branch 
Martager 

Cixveland; 2307 Chester Ave. Phone: (216) 
771-4030. S. C. Johns, Jr., Branch Manager 

Los Angeles; 8460 W. Third St., Los Angeles, 
Cal. Phone: (213) 651-1860. W. Watkins, 
Production Manager 

Toronto: Wilding/ Canada Ltd., 875 Don Mills 
Rd., Don Mills, Ontario. Phone: (416) 429- 
1270. R. K. Carlson, Vice Pres., Branch Mgr. 

WILDING DIVISIONS 

Mid-America Color Lars: 1345 Argyle St., 
Chicago, III. Phone (312); 784-4224. D. H. 
Howe, Lab Superintendent 

Tri-dex Display Corporation: 13800 Nelson, 
Detroit, Michigan. Phone: (313) 931-0300. 
A. S. Cetlinski, President 

Officers and Department Heads 
R. C. Ausbeck, President 
Daniel B. Gallagher, Exec. Vice-President 
William R. Winn, Senior Vice-President 
Harold Kinzle, Vice-President-Production 
George P. Zenner, Vice-President Finance 
C. F. Weake, Vice-President 
F. F. Palac, Treasurer 
L. A. Backey, Secretary 
J. W. Anderson, Advertising and Public 
Relations 



WILDING INCORPORATED: 

Services; A communicatioD agency specializing 
in marketing and promotion. Creative counselors 
and producers of motion pictures, shdefilms, TV 
commercials, complete live shows and presenta- 
tions, conventions and sales meetings, displays, 
exhibits, printed materials, and audio-visual in- 
stallations. 

FACiLmES: Studio and service operations de- 
tailed as follows: Chicaco: (1345 Argyle Street); 
Home office and main studios; 105,000 sq. ft. 
floor space — 29,000 sq. ft. in four sound stages 
(75' X 140'. 70' X 100'. 50' x 100', 75' x 60'); re- 
mainder in administrative and creative offices; 
still and motion laboratories, color and black 
and white; optical, animation and art depart- 
ments; film screening rooms; sound recording 
departments; film vaults; carpenter shops, etc. 
(5719 N. Broadway) : 20,000 sq. ft. floor space 
— 15,000 sq. ft. devoted to manufacturing of 
projection screens, portable stages, 8mm film 
cartridges, portable lecterns, and specialized pro- 
jection equipment; and administrative offices. 
TV production facilities were opened during 
1966 at 301 E. Erie, designed and created for 
the production of TV commercials. Comprising 
4,150 sq. ft.; building houses a stage, screening 
room and administrative offices. 

Detroit; (4925 Cadieux Road) : This building 
was especially designed and constructed for mo- 
tion picture production. It contains administrative, 
sales and service facilities, t\vo sound stages total- 
ing 8,000 sq. ft. and screening rooms. (13535 
Liveraois ) : Operations here include creative, 
training and sales promotion and merchandising 
services and a complete graphic arts production 
department. (Tri-Dex Display Corp. — subsi- 
diary, 13790 Nelson Ave.): 30,600 sq. ft. floor 
space — 27,600 sq. ft. devoted to the design and 
production of displays and exhibits and includes 
carpenter shops, paint shops, assembly areas and 
storage; 3,000 sq. ft. — administrative and office. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Ideas (Sylvania Corp.); Big 
City Paper (Chicago Tribune); It's Your Deci- 
sion — Clean Water (Soap & Detergent Assoc); 
Toward the Victory of Health (American Di- 
etetic Assoc); Indian Hill (Bell Laboratories); 
Sports Car Fun (Ford Motor Co.); The Name 
of the Game is Fun (American League-Chrysler 
Corp.); From Cow to Carton (Pure Pak Div. 
of Excello Corp.); Child of Darkness, Child of 
Light (Foster Parents Plan, Inc.); Opportuni- 
ty Land (Deere & Co.); Firebrewing Story 
(Strohs Brewing Co.). SLroEFiLMS: High Time 
for Hires 1967 (Hires); See-Tell-Sell Program 
(International Harvester); "C The Difference 
(American Oil Co.); Ingot Soundness (Republic 
Steel); Royal New Cougar (Lincoln-Mercury); 
Selling the Big Deal (Quaker State); Pure Pride 
(Pure Oil Co.); T-Bird (Ford ^^otor Co.). In- 
dustrial Stage Shows: General Electric Utility 
Executives Conference; Ford and Lincoln-Mer- 
ciuy 1967 New Car Announcements Shows (U.S. 
and Canada); Gibson shows; American Associa- 
tion of Travel Agents; Eastern Airhnes Show; 
Royal Crown show; A. O. Smith-Harvestore Div. 
show; RCA Whirlpool show. 



WIDE-SCREEN FILMS LTD. 
525 Pinecrest Lane, Wilmette, IlL 

SER\^CES: Motion pictures, slidefilms; specialists 
in stereo and widescreen techniques. 

(New company, reorganized in 1965) 

ZAPEl STUDIOS, INC. 
615 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611 
Phone: (312) Superior 7-2755 

Date of Incorporation: 1955 

Owen Zapel, President & Executive Director 
Ken Knutson, Production Manager 
Warren Leming, Editor 
Darel Hale, Cameraman 



ZAPEL STUDIOS INCORPORATED: 

Services: Producer of animation for TV com- 
mercials, industry and education. Live action for 
all purposes. Audio visual productions for sales 
presentations, slidefilms, filmstrips, Cellomatic. 
Optical and animation camera services for Mid- 
west producers. FACiLmEs: Studio 2000 sq. ft. 
with working kitchen; two floors, animators, art- 
ists, layout, lettering, hot press, 16mm and 35mm 
projection; 35mm optical and magnetic interlock. 
Editing with 16nmi and 35mm Moviolas, two 
animation stands. Master series Oxberry with 
Aerial Image projector, Joy-Stick control. 16mni 
and 35mm; 35mm printer. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Cape Cod — Classics — Re- 
flections; New Home Service (Homemakers, 
Inc.); Supplementary Agents Pension Plan (All- 
State Ins.); Swiss Family Robinson (OZ Produc- 
tions). TV Commercial: Avant (Kroehler Fum. 
Co.). 



KANSAS 



CENTRON CORPORATION, INC. 

West Ninth at Avalon Road, Lawrence, Kansas 
Phone: Viking 3-0400 

Date of Organization: 1947 

Arthur H. Wolf, President and Exec. Prod. 

Russell Mosser, Executive Vice-President 
and Treasurer 

Charles Lacey, Vice-President & Secretory, 
Director of Production 

Norman Stuewe, Vice-President and 
Director of Photography 

J. W. Newsom, Director of Sales 

T. J. Johnson, Account Executive 

Harold Harvey, Director 

Margaret Travis, Script 

John Clifford, Script 

J. D. Powers, Script 

Dan Palmquist, Director of Editing 

James Pearce, Director 

Courtney Jones, Writer-Director 

Gene Boomer, Director 

Don Jessup, Sound Engineer 

Oscar Rojas, Art & Animation Director 

Douglas Poulter, Director of Animation 
Photography 
SER\^CES: Motion pictures, slidefilms and sales 
meetings for public relations, sales, training, edu- 
cation and television, sales meetings. Subcontract- 
ing. Specialized sports photography. Specialized 
color and/or black and white still assignments. 
Animation and recording service. FACn-rriES: 
New studio and office facilities include 60' x IOC 
X 27' and 50' x 50' soimd stages, voice studios, 
editing rooms, sound rooms, etc. Mitchell, .\Tri- 
flex and Eclair cameras; complete hghting and 
sound equipment for studio and location. Com- 
plete animation facilities, Oxberry Senior anima- 
tion stand, 16mm and 35mm. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Dealers Choice (Phillips Pet- 
roleum Company); Ride the Hot One (Continen- 
tal Oil Company); New Dimensions in New 
Construction, Building Better Living (General 
Electric); To Totich a Child (The Mott Founda- 
tion); Schools Are Built for Learning; Lennox 
Compressors (Lennox Industries); The Invisible 
Traveler (Cities Ser\'ice Gas Company); 1 Day 
of Judgment (Eli Lilly); European Culture Re- 
gion; Spain and Portugal; Italian Farm Family; 
Airplanes and How They Fly ( McGraw-Hill Book 
Co.); Parts, Joy of Seville (Webster Division, 
McGraw-HiU Book Company). T\^ Commer- 
cials: Skelly Oil Company (Bruce B. Brewer): 
Cities Service Oil Company. Sales Meeting: 
1967 Phillips Petroleum and Continental Oil 
Co. 



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MINNESOTA 

COUNTRYMAN-KLANG, INC. 
905 Park Ave., So., Minneapolis, Minn. 55404 
Phone: (612) 332-2538 

Date of Organization: 1956; Inc.: 1959 

Thomas C. Countryman, President & 
Director of Photography 

Floyd A. Klang, Vice-President, Writer- 
Director & Producer 

Florence Brown, Production Coordinator 

Robert A. Farrell, Camera Department 

lack Gauvitte, Sound Department 

tames Sugimura, Slide Films 

Robert L. Edwards, Art Director 

Sebwces: Producers of industrial, educational, 
sports, sales, sales training, TV commercials and 
fSmstrips, 16mm and 35mm, and advertising 
sales pnotography. Faciuties: 4500' stage, ani- 
mation, Mitchell. Arriflex, dollies. Lighting and 
sound equipment for studio or location. Complete 
recording with Nagra. Four Magnasyncs inter- 
locks and multi-channel mixing. Music library 
and producers services. 
lECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictxibes: The Road Ahead; Profit . . . 
As Large as Imagination; To See and To Hear; 
Bright Warning 1966 Canadian Version (3M 
Company); Camp Friendship; In The Name of 
Humanity (Minnesota Assn. for Retarded Chil- 
dren); V/Stol Tactical Display and Control (Hon- 
eywell, Inc.); NCAA Basketball Championships 
(5 shows) (Pepsi-Cola); De^'gn and Accuracy 
. . . the Essentials of Reliabilitu ( Uni vac. Inc. ) ; 
More Power for MAPP Land (Mid-Continent 
Area Power Planners); Carguard 1966 Ver.sion 
(Cargill, Inc.— Salt Division); Z-Stage Sow Pro- 
gram (Cargill, Inc.— Nutrena Division). Sude- 
Fnjus; Kodak Bowl Report (Sports Films & Tal- 
lents/Eastman Kodak Co.); A Day to Live In 
(Jewish Home for the Aged); Selling a Future 
(Palmer Writers School): TV Commebcials: 
Blindfold (3M Co./MacManus John & Adams, 
Inc. ) ; Schweigert Meats. Tonka To\s ( Kerker- 
Peterson, Inc.); First National Bank of St. Paul 
(John W. Forney, Inc.); Crystal Sugar (Barick- 
man & Selders Adv. Inc. ) ; Lan-O-Sheen ( Bozell 
& Jacobs, Inc.); King Koil (Johnson-Livingston). 

EMPIRE PHOTOSOUND INCORPORATED 
4444 W. 76th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 55435 
Phone: (612) 920-3020 

Cable Address: EMPS, Minneapolis 

Telex: — 029-5317 

Date of Incorporation: 1945 

William S. Yale, President & Treasurer 
Richard N. Jamieson, Executive Vice-President 
Joseph T. McDermott, Vice President of Sales 
Arthur J. Nicol, Vice President, Production 
John Raddatz, Director of Photography 
Mary Sherman, Corporate Secretary 
Wanen Rose, Mgr., Systems Engineering 
Cordon Winters, Mgr., Commercial Still Dept. 
Paul Martinson, Manager, Sound Dept. 
Rik Rydlun, Art Director 

Services: Production of motion pictures, sound 
slidef ilms, TV commercials and sales meeting pre- 
sentations. Time-lapse, slow motion equipment. 
Editing and interlock projection. Tape and mag- 
netic film recording, disc and tape music libraries. 
Process screen and arc rear projection. Still lab- 
oratory. FAcnjTiES; 16mm Maurer and Arriflex 
cameras; 35 mm and Techniscope cameras; 16mm 
Eastman Arc projectors; Strong Arc projectors 
; for 31i" X 4' slides and filmstrips; 8' x 20", 12' 
i X 30" and 20' x 20' projection screens, available 
for conventions, sales meeting, etc. .\nimation, 
Soimd recording studio for stereo or monaural 
recording; 35mm recording equipment; Nagra 
recording equipment; Ampex MRTO 4-track S" 
stereo equipment; industry and educational video- 
tape production on Ampex VR 1000 and VR 



EMPIRE PHOTOSOUND INCORPORATED: 

7000; 40' x 60' x 20' high sound stage; stereo high 
fidehty public address system. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

-Motion pictures: The Promise of Esterhazy, 
The Growing Edge, That Something More, Quest 
and Techniscope newsreel coverage of events at 
IMC (International Minerals and Chemical 
Corp.); Metal Forming Processes (Hossfeld Mfg. 
Co.); In Touch With Tomorrow (First National 
Bank of Mpls.); Growing Soybearu (National 
Plant Food Institute); The Open Stage (Minne- 
sota Theatre Co. ) ; Gene Littler Golf Film Series 
(Sahara Products); TV Commercials: for 3M 
Company (McManus, John & Adams, Inc.); 
Great Northern Railway Co. (John Forney, Inc.); 
Walter Mondale for Senator (CoUe & McVoy 
Advertising Agency, Inc.) and Studio One. Meet- 
ing PRESENTATIONS: Specialized videotape pro- 
duction for M. F. Patterson Dental Supply Co., 
M. F. Patterson Dental Supply Company's 1966 
Sales Meeting, Toro Mfg. Corporation's 1966 
Sales Meeting; Farmers Union Central E^xchange 
1966 Annual Meeting; AMC Convention for the 
Dayton Company. 

FILM SERVICES, INC. 

2219 Johnson St., N.E., Minneapolis 55418 

Phone: (612) 789-1235 

Date of Incorporation: 1961 

Iver C. Lind, President 

Galen L. Cain, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: 16mm motion picture production; 
scripts; sound recording; editing. Fachjties: 
Small studio, sound recording and editing equip- 
ment; cameras, etc. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Hospital Fire Safety (Hen- 
nepin County General Hospital); Report on 
Africa (Rev. Delmar Kingsriter); Who's Watch- 
ing the Store? (Honey-well, Inc.); On Call for 
All (3M Co.). TV Spots: Cliristmas Toys (Mid- 
land Cooperatives, Inc.). 

ANTHONY LANE FILM STUDIOS., INC. 
7401 Wayzata Blvd., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Phone: (612) 545-2518 

Date of Organization: 1948 

Branch Offices: New York: 2 Overhill Rd., 
Scarsdale. Phone: SC 5-3477. Neil McCaf- 
frey; Washington, D.C.: 2828 Connecticut 
Ave-, N.W. Phone: 332-7617. Lawrence 
Griswold; California: 2859 Federal Ave., 
W. Los Angeles. Paul Wurtzel. 
Anthony Lane, Chairman of the Board 
William R. Heideman, President 
Sereno S. Scranton, Director Technicolor 

Equipment Sales 
Muriel Hovorka, Comptroller 
Wm. C. Perry, Production Coordinator 
Services: 16 and 35mm production of industrial 
and TV films and commercials. Hunting and 
other sports films a specialty. Animation; sound 
slidefilms; recording for radio, T\' and films. 
Faciijties: Sound stage; recording 16mm mag- 
netic, Vt" tape; three music hbraries; sound ef- 
fects library'. Eclair-Nagra equipped. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictu-res: Polluting Our Blessings (.Arch- 
er Daniels Midland Co.); Masonry Hartdling and 
Sugar Boat (Melroe Mfg.); Showmobile (Wenger 
Corp.); Larson Boats 1967 (TV) (Larson In- 
dustries). 

LOW & ASSOCIATES, INC. 
7708 Morgan .\ve., South, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Phone: (612) 866-4110 
Date of Organization: 1959; Inc. in 1961 
R. Glenn Low, President & Producer 




WEST CENTRAL STATES 



LOW AND ASSOCIATES: 

Roseanne E. Low, Vice-PresiderU i 

Associate Producer 
Justin S. Edwards, Vice-President 
Wilham J. Steinbicker, Director 
Richard W. Laird, Art & Animation Director 

Services: Writing and production of motion pic- 
tures for industry and government. Shdefilms; 
TV commercials and producer's services. Fa- 
cilities: Modem studio with complete live action 
and animation production facihties. Arriflex and 
high-speed camera equipment, sound stage, 
Nagra, Magnasync and Stancil-Hoffman sound 
equipment, electrical interlock system, Color- 
Tran quartz hghting. Moviola and other editing 
equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion P>ictures: Charlie (Federal Aviation 
Administration); Time Optimal Control Weapon 
Stabilization System; Rockeye II: Weapon Evolu- 
tion and Development; Rockeye 11: Prototype 
Production; LVM Feasibility Demonstration and 
FMU 30/B (Honeywell, Inc.); On Safari in 
Africa (Commimity State Bank of Bloomington); 
Project Evaluation and Tropic Testing (Picatiimy 
Arsenal); One classified film for the Department 
of the Army. 



REID H. RAY FILM INDUSTRIES, INC. 
2269 Ford Parkway, St. Paul, Miim., 55116 
Phone: (612) 699-1393 
Date of Organization: 1910 

Branch Office: 208 So. La Salle St., Chicago, 
60604. Phone: (312) H 6-0897. Clyde 
Krebs. 

Reid H. Ray, President & Producer 
Ellsworth H. Polsfuss, Asst. Secretary h 

Producer 
Mrs. Frances Hostettler, Asst. Treasurer 
Del Shockley, Controller 
Clyde Krebs, Vice-President, General Sales 
Webb Hedin, Twin City Area Acct. Exec. 
James Jackson, Art & Animation Director 
Robert H. Winter, Chief Film Editor 
Donald Anderson, Chief Sound Engineer 

Services: Creative staff for scripts, stooboard, 
music scoring, and the production of motion pic- 
tures, sound shdefihns, T\' films, TV commer- 
cials; animation and graphic design, sales meeting 
programs; editing, interlock screening, and 6- 
chaimel recording services. F.^ctlities: Anima- 
tion Department; studio-stage; 16 and 35mm 
editing equipment; recording equipment, includ- 
ing Nagra, K" tape, 16mm magnetic, 16mm 
optical, 35mm magnetic, 35mm optical (RCA 
hcensee) , studio and location recording; 300 amp- 
here portable gas-electric generators; .\rriflex and 
Mitchell cameras, still photographic equipment; 
arc and incandescent hghting equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Discover Hawaii and Aloha 
Hawaii (United Air Lines); Land of Oppor- 
tunity; What's New for 1967; //; and Cite us This 
Day (Deere & Co.); The Greater Harvest (Pi- 
oneer Hibred Com.); Happiness Is . . . (Peaivm 
Candy Co.); Fisher Quintuplets (Joe Floyd); 
SuDEFiLMS: Life on a Dairy Farm (National 
Dairy Association); Acrepfing Deposits and 
Cashing Checks (NABAC); Deposits-Life Blood 
of Banking (BPRMA); NW Bancorporation Re- 
tiremetU Plan (Northwest BanCorporation). 



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WEST CENTRAL STATES 

RUSTEN FILM ASSOCIATES, INC. 
5910 VVayzata Blvd., Minneapolis, 55416 
Phone: (612) 545-1656 

Date of Organization: 1958 

Paul D. Rusten, Producer 
Ted K. Larson, Production Manager 
William Brown, P}iotography 
Services: Creative design, writing and full pro- 
duction of business, educational and religious 
motion pictures, sound slidefilms and TV docu- 
mentaries; talent and art services. Facilities: 
Camera, sound recording, lighting and editing 
equipment for dialogue or narrated productions 
in company studio or on location. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictubes; Carlcton College (Carleton 
College); For Thiel Tomorrow (Thiel College); 
Happy Grass (Toro Mfg. Corp.); Engine Block 
Storage System (Standard Conveyor Co.); Slide- 
films: The Better Sell Best, Opportunity for 
Profit (Toro Mfg. Corp.); TV Commercial: NK 
Cash Grain and NK 222 General (Northrup King 
& Co.). 



MISSOURI 

Metropolitan Kansas City 

CALVIN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1105 Truman Road, Kansas City, Mo. 64106 
Phone: (816) HA 1-1230 

Date of Organization: 1931 

Leonard W. Keck, President 
William Hedden, Vice-President 
Frank Barhydt, Vice-President 
James Hash, Secretary-Treasurer 
Richard Bulkeley, Executive Producer 
James Moore, Production Manager 
Larry Kauffman, Director of Marketing 
Donald P hil lips, Manager, Administrative 
Services 

Services: 8mm, 16mm and 35mm color, sales 
and sales training and educational films: 8mm, 
16mm and 35mm service work and laboratory 
facilities for other producers, universities and in- 
dustrial photographic departments. All film serv- 
ices offered at one location. FACiLrnzs: Two 
soimd stages, area 19,000 sq. ft.; location equip- 
ment; laboratory with output of 25,000,000 ft. 
b&w, 30,000,000 ft. color a year; Kodachrome, 
Ecktachrome, and 16mm negative-positive color 
printing and processing, 14 editing rooms; two 
sound studios with six channels, eight phono, re- 
cording equipment for film, tape, wax, magnetic; 
ten fiill-time directors; creative staff; complete 
Oxberry animation and music facilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Year of Disaster (Caterpillar 
Tractor Co.); It's the Same Story — With A Dif- 
ference and A True, Spectacular Story (E. I. Du 
Pont de Nemours); An Extra 6 in '66 (EH Lilly 
& Co.); Missouri Calendar (State of Missouri); 
Promises to Keep (Mid-Continent Regional Ed- 
ucational Lab.); The Million-Dollar Eraser 
(NASA); Know Your Football (Official Sports 
Film Services); Someone You Can Trust — Some- 
one You Can Be (Smith, Kline & French); A 
Report to Members (Southern Pine Association); 
Separate Training Films (for Anne Saum & As- 
sociates and Inter-University Film Group). 



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HORIZON PRODUCTIONS 
(Division of Longmoor-Nelson, Inc.) 
301 West 73rd St., Kansas City, Mo. 64114 
Phone: (816) 363-3585 

Date of Organization: 1947 
Date of Incorporation: 1952 

William V. Longmoor, President 

Allen Jacobs, Vice-President 

James P. Jouras, Secy.-Treas. 

Ralph L. Papin, Producer/ Director 

Maurice W. Prather, Director of Photography 

Roger C. Webb, Sound Engineer 

Patricia Moore, Office Manager 
Services: 16/35mm motion pictures for sales, 
sales training and promotion, public relations, 
educational and religious fields. 35mm sound 
color slidefilms for industry and education; TV 
commercials, live and animated; research, story- 
treatment and script writing; complete producers 
service. FACiLrnEs: for 1 6/ 35mm motion pictures 
and 35mm filmstrips. Sound service dept. with 
8 channel mixing console, interlocked projection 
and Magnasync recorders and dubbers, Ampex, 
Nagra, and Rangertone s>'nc record and playback 
equipment. Westrex 35/32 & 16mm optical re- 
cording system; editing rooms, music libraries, 
16/ 35mm Arriflex camera equipment, animation 
and stop-motion cameras and related equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Pause and Consider (Supreme 
Council, Order of DeMolay) ; Gifts of Time (Kan- 
sas City Museum/ Junior League of K.C.); The 
Wonder Workers (Heart of America United Cam- 
paign). Slidefilms: Demonstration Techniques; 
Interview Techniques; Sktjlight Electronics; Ren- 
aissance ( Cessna Aircraft Co. ) ; Berry Travel 
Sales Promotion (Barickman-Selders Agency); 
United Campaign Training Session (Heart of 
America United Campaign). TV Commercials: 
for Holsum Bread; Strongheart Tastyburger 
(Barickman-Selders Agency); Commerce Trust 
Co. (Valentine-Radford Agency); Iowa State 
Republican Committee Series (Wesley Day & 
Co. ) ; Meyer's Bread series ( Cranf ord-Johnson 
Adv.); Safety Federal Savings & Loan (The Bid- 
die Co.). 

Metropolitan St. Louis Area 

CONDOR PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

3024 North Lindbergh Blvd. St. Louis, 

Missouri 63074 
Phone: (314) AX 1-3430 

Date of Organization: February, 1967 

Wm. Schmidt, President, Producer 

C. J. (Duke) Uding, Vice-Pres. & Operations 

Mgr. 
J. E. Schell, Secretary/ Treasurer, Producer 
Services; Motion pictures, shde and stripfilm pre- 
sentations, TV film and commercials, language 
and science tape/ film series. Producer services, 
from pre-script to screen. Sound recording and 
dubbing. Story preparation, scripting and scene 
breakdowns. High speed tape duplications. Edu- 
cation and training consultation. Facilities: 
Complete script service; 16mm and 35mm pro- 
duction facilities; complete sound recording and 
duplication, Vi" and 16mm; sound studio; ani- 
mation; interlock projection in studio or client's 
location. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
(New Company— Organized in 1967) 

EDW. H. GOLDBERGER PRODUCTIONS 

1210 Tamm Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri 

Phone: (314) MI 7-7112 

Date of Organization: 1946 

Edward H. Goldberger, Producer 
Services: Motion pictures for documentary, news- 
reel and public relations; I6mm kinescopes (off/ 
.lir) of local television programs. FACiLmEs: On- 



GOLDBER&ER PRODUCTIONS: 
premise studio; four cameras, lighting and edit- 
ing equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

■Motion Pictures: No Man Is An Island (KTVI- 
TV); Seven League Boots for Danny (St. Louis 
Society for Crippled Children); Internationai 
Folk Dancers (Steve Edison). TV Commercials: 
for Al Maecher Adv. Co.; Gold Agency. 

Guggenheim Productions, Inc. 
14 N. Newstead Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 63108 
Phone: (314) JE 5-9188 
(See complete Usting in Washington, D.C. area^ 

HARDCASTLE FILM ASSOCIATES 

7319 Wise Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 63117 

Phone: (314) MI 7-4200 

Date of Organization : 1930 

J. H. Hardcasde, Producer 

Lambert Kaiman, Director 

Richard Hardcastle, Editorial 

Richard Hardcastle, Jr., Production 
Services: Production of sound motion pictures,, 
shdefilms, TV documentaries and commercials in 
b&w and color; advertising, sales promotion, pub- 
he relations, and training films for business, civic 
and religious organizations; local coverage or 
completion services for out-of-town producers. 
Facilities: 35mm & 16mm Arriflex, Auricon Fro 
600, Eclair; sound stage, Nagra, Ampex, Standi 
Hoffman and Magnasync recorders; editing rooms. 
Moviola; portable lighting equipment for loca- 
tion production. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: This Business of Air and The 
Lengthening Shadow (KSD-TV); Introduction to 
Steel (Fleischman Hillard, Inc.); Can Machin- 
ery (Continental Can Co.); Underground Distri- 
bution (Jasper Blackburn Corp.). Slidefilms: 
Wet and Wild and 1966 Holiday Sales (Seven- 
up Company); TV Commercials: Manchester 
Bank series (Lynch, Phillips & Waterbury); ABC 
Bank Series (Guild Asjiiociates). 



NEBRASKA 

Omaha Metropolitan Area 
JACK ANDERSON PRODUCTIONS 

1701 North 74th St., Omaha, Neb. 

Phone: (402) 393-3888 

Date of Organization: 1958 

Jack Anderson, Ou-ner 
Services: Production of documentary, education- 
al, sales training, motion pictures, filmstrips, 
slides, recordings, regionally and from coast-to- 
coast. Producer services. Cleared to Secret. Fa- 
cilities: 16mm Auricon Pro-600, Bolex Reflex, 
Cine-Special, Bell & Howell cameras; single and 
double-system recording equipment including 
Magnasync, Magnacorder, Ampex, Roberts, Ran- 
gertone; animation stand; hot press tides; editor- 
ial facihties; sound stage wiui studio lighting; 
portable gear for location assignments. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: A Man from Minden (U.S. 
Senator Curtis ) ; Serenade to a City ( Lincoln 
Chamber of Commerce); Operation Disaster 
(Army National Guard); Intercross — 1966 and 
Gold 'n Pure — 1966 (Waterman-Loomis H>- 
brids). 

CHAPMAN /SPITTLER PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1908 California, Omaha, Nebraska 68102 

Phone: (402) 348-1600 

Date of Organization: 1960 

Robert J. Spittler, President 

Donald L. Chapman, Secretary-Treasurer 

Donald L. Hanson, Art Director 

Brian Kennedy, Commercial Photo Dept. 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



CHAPMAN-SPITTLER PRODUCTIONS: 

Sehvices: 16/35mm motion pictures; filmstrips; 
35inm slides, slide presentations; artwork and 
animation; still photography; TV films and com- 
mercials; recording, editing and scripts. Faceu- 
mES; Sound stage; recording studio; 16/ 35mm 
tediting, sound and production equipment for lo- 
cation or studio. Airplane for transportation, lo- 
cation use. 
lECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Idea That's Changing a 
6,000- Yrar-OU Irrigation Habit (Valley Mfg. 
I Co.); Please! (United Community Services). TV 
CoMMEBCiALS: for Northern Natural Cas; Mu- 
tual of Omaha; Northwestern Bell (Bozell & Ja- 
cobs). 

RAY J. CHRISTENSEN FILAA ASSOCIATES, INC. 

809 N. 50lh St., Omaha, Nebraska 
' Phone: (402) 558-5611 
Date of Organization ; 1956 
Ray J. Christensen, Producer, Director 
Roger P. Mazur, Cameraman, Editor 
Sebvices: Research and creation of motion pic- 
tures for public information, education and public 
relations, specializing in documentary,' techniques. 
FACiLrriES: Arriflex 16mm S & BL, Nagra re- 
' corder and allied lighting and editing equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

MonoN PicTtmEs: It's About People (North- 
western Bell Telephone Co. ) ; Together and Time 
(Nebraska Sv-nod, Lutheran Church in America) : 
The Tie That Binds (Immanuel Inc.); Untitled 
I Film (Metropolitan Utilities District). 

WALTER S. CRAIG FILM PRODUCTIONS 

4315 Burt Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68131 

Phone: (402) 551-4400 

Date of Organization: 1937 

Walter S. Craig, Owner and General Maruiger 
Sebvicfj;: 35mm and 16mm production services, 
1 color and b&w, soimd or silent, location or studio. 
Also furnishing out of town producers with equip- 
ment and personnel. FAcrLiriES; Mitchell, Bell 
& Howell. Cine Soecial cameras; Westrex sound, 
I Mole-Richardson lighting; Fearless dolly, Worrell 
! Head, Western Electric and Telefimken micro- 
phones; Mole-Richardson boom, camera car, re- 
mote power for camera and recording, portable 
power, .inimation. Complete editing, magnetic or 
onticnl- .35mm and 16mm interlock. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Monov PrmiRES: Untitled films and film serv- 
ices for industn,' clients during entire past year; 
basic producer services only. 

FOTO FONIC SALES & PRODUCTIONS 

109 E. Ashton St. (Box 663) Grand Island, Neb. 
68801 

Phones: (30S) 382-0170; 9646 

Date of Organization: 1963 

Bill Martin, Oicner-Manager-Producer 

Steve Martin, Associate Producer 

Mike Alberts. Director 

Ed Mason. Director of Photography 

Willard Morton, Sales Manager 

Lew Cole, Sound Production Manager 

Ruth Martin, Manager. Script Department 
Services : Production of slide and filmstrips for 
public relations, sales training, education, adver- 
tising, product demonstration, sales meetings, etc. 
Sound tracks for all t%T5es of film productions and 
audio presentations. FACn,rnES: Complete audio 
and film studio facilities; art and animation serv- 
ices; photo and photo copy; high speed dubbing 
of magnetic tapes; writing and editing; and asso- 
ciated services except film duplication. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: Chritt — The Church artd Ycni (First 
Methodist Church, Grand Island, Nebraska); The 
Challenge of Tomorrow (Community Develop- 
ment Council); The Came That Never Ends 



FOTO FONIC SALES/PRODUCTIONS: 

(Nebraska Division of Resources); Changing 
Frontiers (Central Nebraska Trade School); 
Sands of Time (North Platte Chamber of Cotn- 
merce ) ; Show of Progress ( Centeimial Commit- 
tee). 




NORTH DAKOTA 

BILL SNYDER FILMS 
lOo"^:; Broadway, Fargo, North Dakota 

Mailing Address: Box 984, Fargo, N.D. 
Phone: (701) 232-6500 
Date of Organization: 1956 
Bill Snyder, Owmer, Cinematographer 
John i\icDonough, Creative Director 
Conrad Rose, Cirwrruttographer 
Wilson Ferragut, Editor 
Jim Baccus, Writer 

Services; 16mm sales promotion, pubUc rela- 
tions and educational films for business, agricul- 
ture; TV commercials; sound slidefilms; news- 
film coverage; agricultural film stock footage li- 
brary; film completion for in-plant photographers. 
Facilities: Cine-Special, Eyemo and blimped 
.\rriflex cameras; MagnasyTic recorder; three- 
channel mixing and equalizing equipment; Per- 
fectone Vi" sync recording and transfer equip- 
ment; animation stand; music library; sound 
Moviola; portable lighting equipment; time-lapse 
equipment; company-owned aircraft. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictt'res: The Other End of tlie Line 
and What's It Take (Otter Tail Power Co.); Htj- 
draulic Harroweeder; Bobcat a Co Go; Bobcat 
Afyplications Series (Melroe Mfg. Co.); Arnold 
Olsen (Judge Advertising); The Cliaffsaver 
(Quanrud Company); Untitled (Sylvania Elec- 
tronics). TV Commercials: Farm Loans (Pro- 
duction Credit .Associations/ Colle and McVoy); 
Gasoline and Tire Service, Central Exchange; 
Banks (Paulsen Advertising NW Bank); Insur- 
ance (Blue Cross and Blue Shield/ Fhnt and As- 
sociates); Batteries (National Cooperatives, Inc.); 
Construction Equipment (Melroe Mfg. Co./ 
Flint and Associates). 



WEST CENTRAL STATES 



SWANSON PRODUCTIONS 
Empire Bldg., Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
Phone: (414) BR 1-8774 
Date of Organization: 1939 
Robert W. Swanson, President 
Elizabeth Swanson, Secretary 
Rudv Swanson, Treasurer 
David W. Nelson, Director, Prod. Services 

Services: Creators and producers of all elements 
of 16mm and 35mm sound, color sales, sales 
training, documentary, public relations and sound 
slide and T\' films. Facilitif^: Motion picture 
center with sound stages, offices, projection, re- 
cording and editing facilities. Main stage 40" x 
6& with standing sets. 16mm and 35mm .\rrif1ex 
cameras and Magnasvuc recording; music script 
and art facilities. Fearless dolly, gear head, M-R 
mike boom, 3 channel playback interlock, Va" 
Magnacorder, blimped Arriflex; 100,000-watt 
heav%' lighting. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictvbes: Dells Country (Wisconsin 
bells Chamber of Commerce); Agri-Business 
(Wisconsin Dept. of Agriculture); Silent Sales- 
men (National Retail Hardware); Technology on 
the Move (A. O. Smith CorporaHon); Name Not 
a Number (Keamev & Trecker Co.); Now and 
When (Wisconsin Telephone Co.); Brush Up 
Training (Manpower, Inc.); Martite (American 
Can Co.); Radicon (Falk Corporation). TV Com- 
mercials for: Wise. Telephone Company, Shur- 
fine Foods, Patrick Cudahv, Kohl's, Yellow Pages. 



SOUTHWEST STATES: 



WISCONSIN 

EDLIN FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
W. 140 N. 10111 Fond Du Lac .\ve., 

Germantown, Wisconsin 53022 
Phone: (414) 251-7328 
Branch: 225 E. Michigan, Milwaukee, Wise. 

Phone: BR 6-6445. 

Date of Organization: 1962; Inc. in 1964 
Edward E. Lindner, President, Producer- 
Director 
John Riesner, Wrifer 
James Calder, Sales 

Services: Motion pictures; TV films and com- 
mercials. FACiLrriEs: Sound stage 75 x 40-feet; 
Arri cameras; Nagra, MagnasyTic sound equip- 
ment; studio, location hghting. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
MorioN PicTiHES; Yucatan Holiday (Schlitz 
Brewing Co.); Majestic Elk (Schlitz/ Globe 
Union). A.B.C. Lath (Gisholt M;»chine Co.); 
Untitled public relations fihns (Badger Meter); 
Control Data Delivers (Control Data Corp.); 
Petroleum Metering (\. O. Smith Corp.). TV 
Commercials: for North Central Airhnes (Klau/ 
V.P.D. Advertising Agency). 

Your Most Complete Reference Source 

■j^ This 17th Production Review lists over 500 
specializing producers, principal film distribu- 
tors, government a-v programs and wTiters. 



ARIZONA 



CANYON FILMS OF ARIZONA, INC. 

834 N. Seventh Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. 85007 

Phone: (602) 252-1718 

Date of Organization: 1953 

Ravinond .\. Bolev, President 

Robert J. Allen, General Mgr., Secy. Trcas. 
Services: Motion picture producers for industry, 
television, advertising and education. T\' spots: 
sound slidefilms and theatrical films. Contract 
shooting or editing for outside producers. Art. 
animation and script services. FACU-mES: Three 
sound stages (largest 60' x 100'), sound record- 
ing facilities: MagnasvTic Mark IX DC interlock, 
dubbing facilities or .Kmpcx "-i" tape equipment. 
Set lighting and complete portable lighting. 
Synchronous camera, recorders and dubbers, 
camera cnme. Set construction. 16/35mm pro- 
duction; location equipment. Sound stage and 
equipment available on rental to out-of-state 
prixlucers. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND S P O N S O II S 

Motion Pictures: Arizona Vacationland; Amaz- 
ing Arizona (.Arizona Development Board); 
Our Works of Love (Catholic Diocese of 
Tucson); Took; Our Works of Love (Elba 
Corp.); Yoti're Sever Too Old (Phoenix Coll., 
Evening Div); Alaska Wildlife Wonderland 
Wonderland Films). Slidefilm: One Mans 
Family (Elba Corp.). TV Commercl^ls: Arizona 
Public Service Co.-Curran-Morton Adv.); Knoell 
Homes-Owens & Associates. 

SWARTWOUT ENTERPRISES 

71.55 E. Thomas Ro.id. P.O. Box 476, 

Scotlsdale, .Arizona S5252. 
Phone: (602) 947-2142 
Dale of Organization: 1965 



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SOUTHWEST STATES: 

SWARTWOUT ENTERPRISES: 

Kenyon Swartwout, Partner 

Charles Swartwout, Partner 
Sebvices: Business, documentary, educational and 
public relations firms; integrated instructional 
and promotional packages, including films, pho- 
nograph records and printed materials. Facili- 
ties: 16mm Arriflex, Auricon, and Bolex cam- 
eras; V4" tape and 16mm magnetic sync sound 
recording equipment; multi-channel dubbing fa- 
cilities; licensed background music libraries; edit- 
ing and interlock screening equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures : The Orme School Revisited 
— with James Stewart (The Orme School, Mayer, 
Ariz.); The Roof Openers (Swarhvout, Inc. Ko- 
komo, Ind.); Teller Tactics (Valley National 
Bank, Phoenix, Ariz.); Miracle in the Desert 
(Carefree Development Corp., Carefree, Ariz.). 



OKLAHOMA 

HUMPHREY, WILLIAMSON & GIBSON, INC. 

Motion Picture Productions 
1400 Skirvin Tower, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

73102 
Phone: (405) CE 2-3221 

Date of Organization: 1926; M.P.P's: 1964 

Date of Incorporation: 1941 

Mitchell Williamson, President 

Don Loewen, Vice-President & Art Director 

Monty Mann, Vice-President, Executive 
Director & General Manager, Motion 
Picture Productions 
Services: Industrial, business, training, technical, 
historical, educational, rehgious, travel motion 
pictures; TV films and commercials; theater com- 
mercials; videotape production; slide and film- 
strip presentations; producers services; sales meet- 
ings; closed -circuit TV. pACiLrnES: 16/8mra 
equipment; art studio, animation. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Plan Purina; English, Ger- 
man, Italian, Portuguese versions; All You Add Is 
Love, French Version (Ralston Purina Co.)- Let's 
Play Softball (Amateur Softball Assn. of Ameri- 
ca); The Bishop's Fund (Catholic Diocese of 
Oklahoma). Slidefilm: Purina-Worlds Lead- 
er in Pet Food Sales & Research (Ralston Purina 
Co.). TV Commercials: for Shawnee MiUing 
Co.; Oklahoma City Federal Savings & Loan 
Assn.; Mt. Scott Foods-Humphrev, Williamson 
& Gibson, Inc. 



TEXAS 

Metropolitan Dallas Area 

CARLOCKE/LANGDEN 

716 Rebance Life Bldg., Dallas, Texas 75201 

Phone: (214) RI 1-5239 

Date of Organization: 1960 

Betty Whitlock, President 

Gerald L. Armstrong, Vice-Pres., Production 

Margaret (Mark) Miurell, Creative Director 
Services: Business, educational, pubhc relations 
motion pictures; slidefihns; TV commercials and 
sales promotion materials. Scripting; color & 
b/w stiU photography; technical supervision; edit- 
ing; direction & supervision, videotape produc- 
tions. FACiLrnES: 8/16/35mm production - live 
or animation. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Gas Turns Things On!; Home's 
Best Friend (American Gas .-Vssn.); Our Crowing 
Curriculum (Dallas Independent School District); 
Commercial Electric Cooking (Dallas Power & 
Light Co.); Somewhere in Between (Texas Girl 
Scout Council). Slidefilm: The Big "V in Big 



CARLOCKE/LANSDEN: 
"D" (Dallas Comm. for Truth in Advertising). 
TV Commercials: for Dallas Assn. of Insurance 
Agents (Ayres Compton Agency); Lone Star Gas 
Co. (BBD&O); Vaporette (Pams); Southern 
Union Gas Co. Sales Promotion Media: Amer- 
ican Gas Assn.; Mithoff Adv. Agency. 

FIDELITY FILM PRODUCTIONS 

1949 Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, Texas 75207 

Phone: (214) RI 7-9446 

Date of Organization: 1958 

Branch: 901 So. First St., AbUene 79602. 
Phone: (915) OR 4-1342. Brett AUison, 
Assistant General Manager 

Norman E. C. Naill, V.P. and General Mgr. 

Robert Holton, Director 

Robert E. Pierson, Director Sales 

Frank Sloan, Production Supervisor 

David Dodge, Director, Photography 

George Chyka, Director of Photography 

James Tally, Editorial Supervisor 

Norris Ragle, Sound 
Services: TV commercials; industrial, sales, 
training and religious motion pictures; filmstrips; 
radio recording. FACiLrnES: Production capabib'n- 
for 16/ 35mm, b&w and color; studios in both 
Dallas and Abilene. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Herald of Truth; Why (High- 
land Church of Christ); Profit Saver (Semco 
Mfg. Co.); Band-O-Matic (Misceramic Tile Co.); 
Educating for Christian Living (Abilene Chris- 
tian College); TV Commercials: for F>'ne Pyne 
80 (Gordon Marks Adv.); Dierks Fence Posts 
(Glenn Adv.); Lone Star Gas (BBDO); Gooch 
Meats (Meat Merchandising) Triangle Alumi- 
num (Sam Bloom Adv.); Quaker Oats (Glenn 
Adv.); Tom Thumb (Sam Bloom); Frito Bar 
BQ (Tracy Locke). 



JAMIESON FILM COMPANY 

3825 Bryan Street, Dallas, Texas 75204 

Phone: (214) TA 3-8158 

Date of Organization: 1916 

Bruce Jamieson, President 

Hugh V. Jamieson, Jr., Executive Vice-Pres. 

Jerry Dicldnson, Vice-President 

David Orr, Vice-President 

Lloyd Abemathy, Vice-President 

Walter Spiro, Secretary, Treasurer 

Roel van de Wijngaard, Camera Dept. Head 

Mike Reyna, Animation Dept. Head 

Robert Campbell, Laboratory Manager 

Roy Broussard, Editing Dept. Head 

Ohver H. OUver, Sound Dept. Head 

Larry Kuehn, Sales Manager 

Richard E. Byers, Equipment Div. Manager 
Services: Industrial, educational, training, and 
pubhc relations motion pictures, 16/35mm; filmed 
TV programs and commercials; soimd recording, 
editing, animation; and laboratory services for 
industrial, educational, governmental or producer 
organizations. Manufacture of color processor — 
Mark III. FAcn-rriEs: 10,000 sq. ft. studio & 
laJjoratory; 2 sound stages 5000 & 9000 sq. ft.; 
complete 35/ 16mm production equipment; RCA 
35/ 16mm sound channels; animation, creative 
staff; editing, printing, processing 35/ 16mm b/w, 
16mm Ektachrome. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Guided Missile Technology; 
Hurricane Penetrations (U.S. Navv); Warner 
Lambert New Products Report (Glenn Adv.); 
Campus Crusade for Chrust (Lay Institute of 
Evangehsm); Success Planner (Success Motiva- 
tion Institute); you and Your Car (State of Ken- 
tucky); Sales-A-Poppin (Seven-Eleven Stores/ 
Stanford Agency); Pearl Beer Sales Promotion 
(Tracy-Locke Adv.). TV Commercials: for In- 
diana Michigan Electric, Ohio Art, North Ameri- 
can Van Lines (Bonsib, Inc.); General Tire 
(D'Arcy); Page Tissues, American Family In- 



JAMIESON FILM COMPANY: 

surance (Mathisson Associates); SOHIO, Cleve- 
land Electric & Illuminating (Marschalk); Ma- 
sonite (Buchen); Lone Star Beer, Avmt Jemima 
Commeal (Glenn Adv.); Mortons Foods (Crook 
Adv.); Pepsi Cola, Owens Country Sausage 
(Bloom Adv.); Wayne Candy, Aunt Jane Foods 
(Geyer, Morey, Ballard); Shamrock Oil (Mo- 
Cormick Adv.); Dr. Pepper (Grant); Dodge Au- 
tomobiles (BBD&O); Pearl Beer, Southern Union 
Gas (Tracy-Locke); Holsum Bread (W. E. 
Long); ACA, APA (Clayton Davis); Northern 
Natural Gas (Bozell & Jacobs); and others. 

KEITZ & HERNDON, INC. 
3601 Oak Grove, Dallas, Texas 75204 
Phone: (214) LA 6-5268 
Date of Organization: 1950; Inc.: 1960 
L. F. Hemdon, President 
R. K. Keitz, Executive Vice-President 
Tom Young, Vice-President, Art Director 
John Bronaugh, Vice-President, Production 

Manager 
Don Lusby, Sales Manager 
Services: 35mm and 16mm color and b&w mo- 
tion picture production for sales, training, educa- 
tional, government agency films, and TV com- 
mercials. Complete slidefilm production services. 
FACiLrnES: Sound stage, optical printing; ani- 
mation stand; 35mm and 16mm motion picture 
equipment; soimd facihties; editing; animation 
art staff; location truck equipment 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Better Way (Southwest- 
em Bell Telephone Co.); Performance Films and 
Buick Show (Buick Div. of General Motors); 
Big Blue (Gen. Motors Truck Div.); Acapulco; 
See America (Braniff International). TV Com- 
mercials: for Dr. Pepper Company (Grant Ad- 
vertising); Coca-Cola Co. (.McCann-Erickson, 
Inc.); Conoco (Clinton E. Frank, Inc.); Orkin 
Exterminating Co. (Kinro Advertising); R C 
Cola (D'Arcy Advertising); Lone Star Beer 
(Glenn Advertising); Borden's MiDc (Tracy- 
Locke Co., Inc.); "The Houston Post (Goodwin, 
Dannenbaum, Littman & Wingfield); Bama's 
Best (Savage, Kerr & McMiUen); Kenner Toys 
(Leonard M. Sive & Assoc); Dodge Bovs 
(BBD&O). 

JEFF MUNDELL PRODUCTIONS 

500 South Ervay, Dallas, Texas 75201 

Phone: (214) RI 8-2582 

Date of Organization: 1964 

Jeff Mundell, President, Producer 

Phil Hevenor, Vice-President 

Richard Glover, Vice-President, General Sales 

Ruth E. Phillips, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: Industrial motion pictures, sUdefilms, 
TV commercials; producers' sound services. FA- 
CiLrnES: 16/35mm production; location & studio 
recording equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Moulded Stone (Concrete In- 
dustries Board of Te.xas); The Digger (Hugh B. 
WiUiams Mfg. Co.); The New Sport (American 
Marine, Inc.); Oklahoma's Troubled Youth (Okla. 
Welfare Dept.); An Electron Beam (Electron 
Airmotive Techniques). 

BILL STOKES ASSOCIATES, INC. 

5527 Dyer St., Dallas, Texas 
Phone: (214) EM 3-0161 

Date of Organization: 1965 

Date of Incorporation: 1965 

Bill Stokes, President 

John Stokes, Executive Vice-President 

Johnny Beasle>', Vice President - Executive 

Producer 
Roy Henry, Vice-President, Research 
Carl Tinsley, Rental Services 
Monty Young .Animation Director 
MajTne Allen, Director Graphic Arts 



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BILL STOKES ASSOCIATES: 

Jack Benton, Director Filmstrip Services 

Bob Boeye, Art Director 

Marshall Riggan, Writer 
Services: Motion pictvires, sales meetings, live 
shows, TV commercials, sound slidefilms and 
slide presentations; complete animation and film- 
strip services for other producers, rental services 
of motion picture & filmstrip production equip- 
ment. Faciijties: Art and animation department; 
Oxberry animation stand and camera (16/35- 
mm). Arriflex 16mm camera and blimp, porta 
dollies, portable sound equipment, 16mm Magna- 
sync and V*" Ampex tape recorders, custom and 
librar\' music, interlock screening, MoWola, still 
photography laboratory. Equipment for large 
quantity transparency (3.5mm) production. 
(ECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion PicTn\Es: The Computer Tutor (Recog- 
nition Equipment Co.); The Charmin Story 
(Procter & Gamble); Frito Network Film; Men 
From Frito; Austex Broker's Film (Tracy-Locke 
Co.); Frito-Lay Theme Film (Frito-Lay, Inc.); 
This is My Hand (Baptist General Convention). 
Slidefilms: Borden's Impact (Tracy-Locke Co. ); 
Cementing— A Progress Report ( Dowell ) ; The 
Dover Story (Hunter-Hayes Elevator Co.); The 
Iceman Goeth (Frigildng Co.). Training Media: 
The Theory of Air-Con<litioning Installation; Au- 
lo-Conditioning IrxstaUation; Successful Trouble- 
shooting ( Frigildng Co. ) ; New Look at the Old 
Sauce (Texas Comm. on Alcoholism); The Right 
Man for the Job: M. Brigham Dover and the Per- 
soruil Progress Equation ( Campbell-Taggart As- 
sociated Bakeries ) ; The Ballad of Pepper Dan; Six 
Dr. Pepper Route Salesman Training Films (Dr. 
Pepper Co.); Emphasis '67; Design for Action 
(Maritz Co.). TV Commehclvls: for Icee (Nors- 
worthy-Mercer) ; Jalapeno Bean Dip; First Na- 
tional Bank of Dallas; Watermaid Rice (Tracy- 
Locke Co. ) ; Lone Star Beer ( Glenn Advertis- 
ing); Commercial National Bank (Charles Rupp- 
man Advertising); Frigildng Co. (Caldwell, Lark- 
in & Sidener-Van Riper) . 

TRINITY PICTURES 
500 S. Er\av, Dallas, Texas 75201 
Phone: (214) RI 7-2323 
Date of Incorporation; 1965 
David R. Mulheren, Co-Owner 
Paul D. Cook, Co-Owner 
' Sernices: Motion picture production, editing, 
conforming, sound recording, motion picture 

E recessing, printing, and filmstrips. FACiLrriES: 
aboratory 16/35mm interlock screening, screen- 
ing room, sound recording, mixing and editing. 
bfirw and color laboratories. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Gift of Laughter (United 
Fund of Dallas Count\); ]im Shoulders (Glenn 
Adv. Pfizer Pharmaceutical); Expansion (Col- 
lins Radio); The New- Sport (American Marine). 
TV Commercial: Showdown at Chevytown 
(Phillips Adv. .\gcncy). 

VISUAL PRESENTATIONS, INC. 

4519 Maple Ave.. Dallas, Texas 75219 

Phone: (214) LA 6-4939 

Date of Organization : 1961 

James M. Guthrie. President 

J. Bert Rodriguez, Vice-President 

Robert E. Bethard, Secretary-Treasurer 

Ted Stanford, Music Director 

Patricia D. England, Production Supervisor 

John T. Davis, Ir., Production Coordirtator 
Services: Production of TV commercials; in- 
dustrial and training films; syndicated TV series; 
animation; slidefilms and filmstrips. Facilities: 
35/ 16mm production facilities. Air-conditioned 
sound stage. Closed-circuit television. Recording 
facilities. 

IICENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Texas Tourist Film (Texas 



VISUAL PRESENTATIONS: 

State Highway Dept.). TV Commebclvls: for 
Shell Oil Co. (Ogiivy & Mather); Arnold Palmer 
Dry Cleaners (Northlich, StoUey); Dr. Pepper 
(Grant Adv.); Continental Trailways (AD-PR, 
Inc.); Deep Rock Gasoline (Lowe Runkle); 
Dodge Rebellion (Dodge Automobile); Lone Star 
Gas Co. (BBD&O); Central Forwarding (South- 
west Adv.); Justin Boot (WBI Adv.). 



Metropolitan Houston Area 



A-V CORPORATION 
2518 North Boulevard, P. O. Box 66824 

Houston, Texas 77006 
Phone: (713) JA 3-6701 

Date of Organization: 1945 

]. C. Rebman, President 
William B. Padon, Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 
A. P. Tyler, Executive Vice-President 
David Cazalet, Executive Producer 
Wm. Bradley, Director, AnimatioTt 
\Vm. W. Robbins, Vice-President 

jVASA Production 
John M. Denman, Vice-President 

NASA Administration 

Services: Commercial, industrial documentaries, 
public relations, sales and promotional, training 
and educational films, TV commercials, filmstrips. 
Design, construction, and production of display 
and exhibit booths, and materials used therein 
for industry, education, trade, and technical as- 
sociations. Complete production staff: writers, 
producers, cameramen, editors, animation and 
other artists and designers, sound engineers and 
recordists, laboratory, printing and recording 
services. FAcn-mES: Processing labs, including 
latest Eastman films, printing, color and density 
correction, optical and special effects printing. 
Oxberry & Mitchell animation stands, including 
aerial image equipment, sound stage, sound and 
recording studios, 8-channel mixing 16mm and 
V*" tape recorders, dubbers, optical sound equip- 
ment, contact printers, step printers, 16mm b/w 
and color processing, b/w negative, positive, re- 
versal and sound track. Ektachrome original work 
prints, release prints, Eastman color prints, nega- 
tives, intemegatives, positive release prints, East- 
man EF and Me-4 film, reduction 35/ 16/ 8mm, 
16/ 35mm cameras, lighting equipment, boom 
truck. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictires: This is Thermal Recovery 
( Tidewater OU Co. ) ; Dealer Sales Promotion 
Films; Tigerino (Humble Oil & Refining Co.); 
Chronicle Film (Chronicle-Rives Dyke Adv.); 
Straw Hat and Crown; Trail to the Stars (Trans- 
World Productions); An Atmosphere for Ther- 
apy; X-Band Radar on Tactical Aircraft; Broken 
Arrow Procedures for an EDO Detachment; The 
Portals to Progress (USAF); From Balloon Gon- 
dola to Spacecraft; The Second Step; Aerospace 
Careers; Fotir Days of Gemini IV, and 78 others 
(NASA); Apolto-LEM (Aerolog-Grumman Air- 
craft Co.); Space Support Films (NBC); Hous- 
ton National Bank ( Weekly- Valenti ) ; The Shape 
of Things to Come (Trans-Texas Airways); Tro- 
car Decompression in Acute Small Bowel Ob- 
struction (St. Joseph's Hospital); Selective Rerml 
Angiography (Eaton Laboratories); Cardiac 
Valve Replacement with an Improved Prosthesis 
(Cutter Laboratories); Prosthokeratoplasty (Ra- 
mon Castroviejo, M.D.); Paracorporal Left Ven- 
tricular Bypass (Baylor Univ. College of Medi- 
cine). 



Tq^ this S)Tnbol over a producer's 
listing in these pages refers to display adver- 
tisement in this 17th Production Review issue. 




SOUTHWEST STATES 



SEBASTIAN FILM PRODUCTIONS 
2111 Norfolk, Houston, Texas 77006 
Phone: JA 9-7861 
Date of Organization: 1965 
Ferd Sebastian, Ir., President/ Oumer 
Beverly C. Sebastian, Educational Director 
Services: Public safety and educational films; 
medical, industrial and documentary films; TV 
commercials — concept, storyboards, script and 
foUowthrough; still photography. FacilitieSi 
16inm and 35mm production and editing facili- 
ties. Staff wTiters, directors and talent file. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures ( TV ) : An Enclosed Method 
of Urologic Irrigation (Abbott Labs); American 
National Series (.\merican National Bank); BSW 
Series (Bank of the Southwest); TSO Series 
(Texas State OPTICAL); Hart's Fried Chicken; 
Gulf & Western Utilities (.^ylin Advertising). 

Other Texas Cities 

Fidelity Film Productions 
901 South First St. Abilene, Texas 79602 
Phone: (915) OR 4-1342 

Brett Allison, Asst. General Manager 

(See complete listing under Dallas, Texas) 



MOUNTAIN 



COLORADO 

Metropolitan Denver Area 
BARBRE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
2130 So. Bellaire St., Denver, Colo. 80222 
Phone: (303) 756-8383 

Date of Organization : 1940 

Date of Incorporation: 1963 

.\nita T. Barbre, President & Btu. Mer. 

Paul F. Emrich, Vice-President in charge 
Operations 

Harold J. .\nderson. Production Manager 

Kenneth A. Meyer. Director of Photography 

Robert S. Price, Director of Sound 

Leona Anderson, Film Distribution 
Services: Complete production of all t>pes of 
business films. Sales, training, public relations, 
advertising, educational, medical. Color and black 
and white. TV commercials. Complete animaHon. 
Producer services. Complete film di.stribution. 
service. FACiLrriES: 2400 sq. ft. sound stage, 
theater, 16mm interlock; Maurer, Eclair & .\rri- 
flex cameras. 100,000 watts lighting equipment. 5 
ch;mnel sound; Maurer optical recording; mag- 
netic film recording; .\mpex 2 channel tape re- 
cording; portable Arriflex-Eclair-Nagra sync sys- 
tem. Portable camera crane. Editing and titling 
rooms; full animation stand; editors, script writ- 
ers. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictxties: What You Should Know About 
Rifle Scopes (Redfield Gun Sight Co.); Ai«cu/- 
tation of the Heart; Mitral Stenosis (Eli Lilly 
& Co.); Walk With Me (Disabled American Vet- 
erans); The Kokanee Salmon (Colorado Dept. of 
Game, Fish tt P.irks); Lymphangio Sarcoma of 
the Swollen Extremities (Wyoming Cancer So- 
ciot\'); Rails to Go (CF&I Steel Corporation); 
Colorado: The Cattlemen (State Historical So- 
ciety of Colorado); Wonders of Wilderness (Colo- 
rado State Univ.). TV Commercials; for Public 
Service Co. of Colorado, Gates Rubber Company 
(Harold Walter Clark, Inc.); Windsor Gardens. 

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while suppUes last. Enck>se IZOC with order. 



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MOUNTAIN STATES 

MARSHALL I. FABER PRODUCTIONS 

115-121 Mariposa Street, Denver, Colorado 
Phone: (303) 255-3694 
Date of Organization: 1963 

Marshall L. Faber, Producer 
Perr\' Ward, Jr., Production Manager 
Albert Brandeberr\-, Jr., Technicolor Supervisor 
De,-m S. Canada, Supervisor Still Dept. 
Ser\'ices: Complete motion pictiire production 
from script to screening print in 35mm or 16mm 
theatrical or non-theatrical fields including tele- 
vision commercials. Industrial commercial, sales 
promotional, fund raising, training and education- 
al films and slide presentations. Design, execution, 
and production of display materials for use by 
industn.'. commerce, or education. Guidance in 
the preparation of the training program or sales 
development procedures with special emphasis 
on the use of 16mm and 8mm selling and train- 
ing .lids. Editing services, art work, sound re- 
cording, distribution service, 8mm printing serv- 
ice. Cartridging of 8mm for Technicolor projec- 
tors, service and repair of Technicolor projectors. 
Facduties: 10,000 sq. ft. plant including well- 
equipped sound stage; preview room and dubbing 
stage; art department; cutting rooms; still lab- 
oratorv-; 8mm printing laboratory; cartridging sta- 
tion; service and repair station for Technicolor 
8mm projectors; portable equipment for location 
shooting. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: One At the Top; Working 
Under Presstire (Gates Rubber Co., Industrial 
Sales. Hose Div. ) ; Oil Field Reports and Poly- 
flex No. 1 (Gates Rubber Co., Automotive Hard- 
Div.); Keystone to the Future II (Univ. of Ida- 
ho); Land of the Lively Ghosts Series: Leadville: 
Marble; Central City; Georgetown; On the Hoof 
Series: This Was the Waddie; Pony Express; 
Buffalo Bill (Educational Library Associates). 
TV CoMMEBCL\LS: for Chevroti (White & Shu- 
ford); American Beauty (Ranck Freiberger); 
Political Spot Series, Hansen for Senate (Kostka 
Brooks, Wyoming); Denver Election Commis- 
sion; Colorado State Dept. of Employment: Desks, 
Inc. (Ranck Freiberger); Cheyenne Frontier 
Days (Kostka Brooks, Wyoming); Mile High 
United Fund; Windsor Gardens. Displays: Au- 
dio-visual truck equipped and outfitted for Gates 
Rubber Co.. Automotive Div.; convention displa\- 
for Ball Brothers Research Corporation. 

HENDERSON, BUCKNUM & CO. 

909 Sherman Street, Denver, Colo. 80203 
Phone: (303) 222-5601 
Date of Organization: 1943 

Gilbert H. Bucknum, Partner, Producer 

Clair G. Henderson, Partner 

Harry A. Lazier, Partner 

Robert G. Zellers, Chief Cameraman 

Kenneth C. Osborne, Film Editor 

Lee Yetter, Executive Art Director 
Servtces: Script writing and production of 16mm 
motion pictures, including industrial, business, 
sales, promotional, public relations, educational 
and religious subjects. Sound, b&\v or color. 
Sound slidefilms. FACiLrnES: Sound stage, edit- 
ing rooms, 16mm cameras, interlock projection, 
four-channel sound mixing equipment, magnetic 
film and tape recording, complete lighting and 
electrical equipment, creative staff, art depart- 
ment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Beauty & Tlie Bounty 
(Minneapohs Star & Tribune); judge Gilliam 
(United Way); Good Taste in Decorating (Du- 
Pont of Canada Limited ) ; Direct Dialing of 
Long Distance Calls (Northwestern Bell Tele- 
phone) ; Direct Distance Dialing for Clovis 
(Mountain States Telephone). TV Commercials: 
for Colorizer Associates; Colorado Game & Fish 



HENDERSON, BUCKNUM & COMPANY: 

Department; Social Security Administration; Saab 
U.S.A., Inc.; Safeway Stores, Inc.; Vincent Bar- 
None Co., Mountain Stales Telephone Co. 

J P I DENVER 

2785 N. Speer Blvd., Denver, Colorado 80211 

Phone: (303) 433-8406 

Date of Organization : 1958 

Jack E. Carver, President & Dir. of Dec. 

Jerome P. Vondergeest, Vicc-Pres. & Prod. Mgr. 

Dallas P. Boyd, Sec-Treas. & Exec. Producer 

Roy Pritts, Mu.iic Director 
Services: Motion pictures, slidefilms; TV films 
and commercials (live & animated); li\'e shows; 
meeting presentations; still photography; video 
tape production. Facilities: Creative, writing and 
art departments; opticals; animation; 16mm and 
35mm production equipment; studio or location 
sound recording; still photo equipment and photo 
]ah. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: HTGR and Achievement '65 
(Public Service Co. of Colorado); Ski Purgatory 
(Purgatory Ski Area); 102 Spray Machine (H. 
L. Fisher Mfg.); Park Mayfair East (Structural 
Clay Products Institute); TV Commerchls: for 
ChevTon Oil (White & Shuford Adv.); Pubhc 
Service Co. of Colorado; National Ski Patrol; 
Capitol Federal Savings (Ekberg, Degrofft & 
Hunter, Inc.); Dupler's Furs (Flesher Adver- 
tising Agency); GW Sugar (Frye, Sills & Bridges, 
Inc.). 

SONOCHROME PICTURES, INC. 

995 So. Clermont St., Denver, Colo. 80222 

Phone: (303) 756-3615 

Date of Organization: 1942 

R. B. Hooper, Producer 

Tim Riordan, President 

Robert Talkin, Secretary-Treasurer 

George E. Perrin, Director of Photography 

G. H. Spurlock, Technical Director 

Herbert McKenney, Jr., Owner, Multichrome 
Laboratories, San Francisco 
Services: Motion picture and television pro- 
ducers; Sovmd recording, titles, animation, slides 
filmstrips, (DuKane) national distribution. Fa- 
cilities: 16mm and 35mm cameras, Magnasync 



SONOCHROME PICTURES: 

recorders, portable lighting equipment; camera 

cars; new building. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSOR 

Motion Pictures: So (Sew) What's Si 
(American Uniform Co.); Canyonlands Advetf 
ture (Tag-A-Long Tours, Dessert Lodge. Froil' 
tier Airlines); Design for Conditioning (PaytOD 
Productions); Shelter (Cinderella Roof Co.); 
Candy Country (Revised) (Jolly Rancher Can- 
dies, Inc.). TV Commercials: for Denver & 
Rio Grande Western R.R. and Laviola Skin Lo- 
tion (Frye-Sills & Bridges Agency); Coors Por- 
celain Tire Studs (William Kostka & Associates) 
and (Tallant/ Yates Advtg.); Jolly Rancher Can- 
dies ( Don Kemper Advtgj . 

Other Colorado Cities 

SUMMIT FILMS, INC. 
12 Forest Road, Vail, Colorado 
Phone: (303) 476-5940 

Date of Organization: 1961 
Date of Incorporation: 1964 

Branch: Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Barry 
Corbet, Vice-President, in charge 

Roger G. Brown, President 

James Barry Corbet, Vice President-Treasurer 

Services: 16mm and 35mm sound/color B&W 
film production for public relations, advertising, 
industry, education, sales, and T\'. Subcontract- 
ing. Specializing in remote location work under 
severe weather conditions. (Mountain sports pho- 
tography, skiing, chmbing, wildhfe). FAdLrriES: 
Offices; editing rooms; lighting and sync soimd 
recording equipment for location work. Two Arri- 
flex 16's; lenses from 10mm to 400mm, power 
operated zoom 12mm to 120mm. Stellavox re- 
corder. Siemens projector, precision sound edit- 
ing equipment. Large stock footage library on 
skiing and mountain sports. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Too Hoo, I'm A Bird (United 
Air Lines); Winterday (Head Ski Company); 
Vail, Ski Magic ( Vail Associates, Inc. ) ; A Turn 
Is Bom (Scott-USA); Waterville, Rise of a Sh 
Area (Waterville Co., Inc.). 



PACIFIC WEST COAST PRODUCERS 



San Francisco and Bay Area 

AUDIO-VISUAL CONSULTANTS 
353 Sacramento St., San Francisco, Calif. 
94111 

Phone: (415) 981-5197 
Date of Organization: 1964 

Jack Bumey, Writer-Producer 
John D'Amato, Production Director 
Hubert J. Bemhard, Special Constdtant 
Primo Angeli, Art Conitdtant 
James Spohn, Editorial Constdtant 
Mike Ranney, Public Relations Consultant 
Lloyd Pratt, Sound Consultant 
Edward Wetteland, Musical Consultant 
Ellen Bumey, Talent Consultant 
James Murray, Photographic Constdtant 
Services: TV spots, motion pictures, filmstrips, 
exhibit soundtracks, sales meetings and educa- 
tional recordings for business, industr>', educa- 
tional and governmental agencies, organizations 
and associations. Facilities: Studio and editing 
equipment, screening room, music & sound li- 
bra r\'. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictities: }et Cargo-]AL Style (Japan 
Airlines-Botsford, Constantine & McCarty); Op- 
eration Freeze ( Watsonville Frozen Food Co. ) ; 



The Guild Program (Oliver Tire & Rubber Co.) 
Slidefilms: Tomatoness; 1966 Annual Report 
(Tri/Valley Growers); Flight 66 (Japan Airlines- 
Botsford, Constantine & McCarty). Exhibit 
Sol'Ndtrack: To Find a Way (N.^S.A-Ames Re- 
search Center). TV Commercl\ls: News, Edi- 
tions, Features (The Oakland Tribune). Sales 
Meetinc: Prospecting (Ford Motor Co., F.\LS 
Convention ) . 




Real Facts for Sponsors 

— evidence of suppliers' good faith 

^ The detailed listings given specializing 
producers of business motion pictures and 
slidefilms furnish the buyer of sight/ sound 
media with solid e\'idence regarding the 
prospective supplier. Listing data requests 
emphasized the need for both film and 
sponsor references and it is this area of 
each listing which indicates the recent ex- 
perience of each company in these pages. 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



San Francisco and Bay Area: 

MARVIN BECKER FILMS 

915 Howard St., San Francisco, Calif. 94103 

Phone: (415) 392-1655 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Marvin E. Becker, President 

Ann Becker, Secretary-Treasurer 

Frank E. Wulzen. Production Manager 

Jack Halter, Studio & Striping Dept. 

Wm. C. Birdsey, Production Coordinator 
Services: Industrial, documentar>-, business, pub- 
lic relations, sports and education motion pic- 
tures and slidefilms. TV films and commercials, 
newsreel coveraee. Motion picture editinc. fli- 
speed photography. Franchised Reeves Sf;uiid- 
craft Magna-Striping service. FAcn-iriEs: Crea- 
tive staff, 16/35mm production equipment and 
facilities. Sound recording and sound stage; multi- 
channel dubbing. Music and effects library; hghts. 
set. art department, animation equipment. Edit- 
ing and proiect'on ser\'ice. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Television Repairs; Shopping 
for a Loan (NET); Summer T\' Promos with 
Eddie Albert, Robert Vaughn, Don Adams (Ca- 
nadian Broadcasting Corp. ) ; ArtJiur Hiller, Film 
Director: Wallace Stegner, Author; Wm. Dozter 
and the Batman Phenomena; Sebastian Cabot; 
Prince Phillip in Hollywood; Interviews with 
Lome Green, Norman Corwin, Alan Young for 
John Dranie Special (Telescope); Merced River 
Development (Merced Irrigation District). TV 
CoMMEBCUL: Parktotcn (G. Coakley Co.). 

COMMUNICATION FILMS 
(Unit of Walter Landor and Associates) 

Pier 5, San Francisco, Calif. 94111 
Phone: (415) 982-5096 
Date of Organization: 1963 
Charles Larrance, Executive Producer 
James Morgan. Production Supervisor 
Edd Dundas, Producer 

Charles Mai.sel. Director, Script Development 
Robert Graham, Art Director 
George Riekman. Director, Photography 
Services: Live-action, animated films, slidefilms. 
brochures, graphic representations, other visual 
media. Utilize design talents of affiliated Walter 
Landor and Associates. Facilities: Staff and 
equipment for 3.5/16mm motion pictures and 
slidefilms. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Osteoporosis of Aging; New 
World of the Sursing Home (Sandoz. Ltd.); 
Market Communications Program; Panel 15 — 
Wood and Power; Pregnant Forest; Building 
Game ( \Ve\erhaeuser Co. — Wood Products 
Croup); Dressing by Design (University of Cali- 
fornia); Professional Billing Service: Welcome 
to the Top (Bank of -America); Face Value (Fal- 
staff Brewing Co.); Slidefilms: Lucerne (Safe- 
way Stores); Tuesday — Packages: The Visahle 
Fursiiader (Danfoods Co.). 

DAVIDSON FILMS 

1757 Union St., San Francisco, Calif. 94123 

Phone: (415) 885-6853 

Date of Organization: 1955 

John M. D.ivid.son. Owner 

Arthur M. Kaye, Production Director 

Peter J. Smith, Producer 

George Moon, Producer 

Warren Zimmcr, Art Director 

Daync H. Webb, Office Manager 

Gar\' Schreck, Production Assistant 
I Services: 16/ .3.5mm motion picture production; 
' research and writing; shooting, recording, art and 
animation. Facilities; Sound stage, mixing, dub- 
bing, interlock, editing, projection, b&w process- 
I ing and printing, still lab, set and construction, 
1 1 animation, art dept. 



DAVIDSON FILMS: 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Arif/iropoJogi/ Series (.Ajitliro- 
pological Curriculum Studv Project); Piaget De- 
velopmental Theory ( self -produced Davidson 
Films); Cla!i.sroom Documentaries (Sdence Cur- 
riculum Improvement Study); Teacher Training 
Films (American Assn. for the Advancement of 
Science. ) . 

LARRY DAWSON PRODUCTIONS 

611 Howard St.. San Francisco, Calif. 94105 

Phone: (415) 986-5961 

Date of Reorganization: 1965 

Laurence Dawson, President 

J. Terry Brickley. Consii/fatif 
Services: Production and production assistance 
for documentary, educational and industrial films. 
FACiLrriES: None listed. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pkti'bes; Grace in Motion (Women's 
Board, U.S. Olvmpic Development Comm.): 
NASA/MitU College Space Symposium (W. A. 
Palmer Films); 10 Film Series - Politics '66 
(P.G.&E.). 

FILMS FOR INDUSTRY, INC. 

970 O'Brien Drive, Menio Park, California 

Phone: (415) 32.5-4453 

D,ite of Incorporation : 1959 

Paul B. Rich. President 

Emil A. Sanderock, Director of Photography 

D. F. Skillicom. Associate Producer 

Manuel Urqniza, Associate Producer 

M. L. Rich. Secretary 

W. W. Crane III, Customer Relations 
Seh\tces: Complete or partial services for audio- 
visual presentations: planning, uTiting, produc- 
tion, distribution for all tvpes of motion pictures 
and filmstrips including industrial, educational, 
documentary, training, public relations, sales pro- 
motion. TV commercials. FACn-rriEs: Sound stage, 
animation, 1 6/ 3.5mm production equipment, 
sound recording and re-recording, editing, inter- 
lock and projection rooms. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Picttties: High-Temperature Turbine 
(Pratt-Whitnev); Stored Program Systems 
(IBM); Portals to Progress (USAF); Monorail 
(Arrow Dev.); Alps (Westinghouse); Manpower 
Planning It's Vp to You (State of California); 
Media It (San Jose State College); It's a Crime 
(Walton .Assoc). 



PACIFIC COAST STATES 



FRASER PRODUCTIONS: 

trial shows. FACiLrriES: Conference and screen- 
ing theatre; shooting stage, recording studio; edit- 
ing and interlock facilities; music hbrary, art de- 
partment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Hardboard Widow; Love 
Me, Love My Versaboard; Concrete; Zip Rib 
(Kaiser .aluminum); Graphically Speaking 
(Calif. Computer Corp.); Hey, Look at Us 
(Foremost Dairies); Where the Action Is (Chris- 
tian Brothers); Hands that Care (U. S. Shoe 
Corp.); Pure Pak (Weyerhaeuser Pckg.); Kor- 
atron (Infoflan); Careers (.Advg. Assn. of the 
West). TV Commercial: for Texaco, Inc. (Ben- 
ton & Bowles); Safcwa\' Stores (Cancilla Wren 
& Knapp); Bank of Hawaii (Lennen and Newell) 
Laguna Honda (Young & Rubicam); Mont- 
gomer\' Ward ( Luf rano Associates ) ; American 
Savings (Wenger Michael); A. C. Transit (Scott 
Hermansky); .Allied Grocers (Richardson & 
Hance). 



FRASER PRODUCTIONS 
38 Hotaling Place, Jackson Square 
San Francisco. California 941 1 1 
Phone: (41.5) 982-9988 

Branch Office: 8380 Melrose Ave., Los 

Angeles. Calif. 90069 
Lee Blystone. Prod. Coordinator 
Geoffrey Smith, Script Constdtant 
Date of Organization: 19.56 
Thomas H. Fraser, President & Creative Dir. 
David Groot, Executive Producer 
Norman Gerard. Producer/ Director 
Barbara Stvman. Production Coordinator 
Cl.iire McN.imara, Office Manager 
Michael .\ndcrson. Customer Relations 

Manager 
Susan Trimbel. Traffic Maruiger 
James J. Dou-ning. Sales Mgr.. Hollywood 
Sfbvicf.s: Complete prfnluction of sales, training, 
etlucational. public relations motion pictures 
(3.5mm and I6mm) and filmstrips; T\' spots 
and programs. Studio and location photography 
and recording. Cirtoon and industrial animation; 
music scoring. Consultation .services and produc- 
tion assistance, writing, staging and supervision 
for client conferences, sales meetings, etc. 0<it- 
of-town producer services. Production of indus- 



ROY GRANDEY PRODUCTIONS 
(Formerly Gene K. Walker Prods.) 
1881 Rollins Rd., Building C. 

Burlingame. California 94010 
Phone: (415) 0.\ 2-0500 
Date of Organization: 1949 

Rov Grandev, Oiiner 

Rockwell Hereford, Mgr., Industrial Division 

Gene K. Walker, Con.itiltant 

Rich Brace. Special Effects 

William Beck, Research 

Hans Heim, Animation 
Ser\tces: Film production for all visual require- 
ments. Emph.-»sis on staff-written planning, story 
treatments and screen-plays. FAcrLrriES: New stu- 
dios adjacent to San Francisco International Air- 
port; 5.000 sq. ft. staging area plus separate 
studios for music and narration. Fully equipped 
for research writing, cinematography. Light 
weight quality equipment for location produc- 
tion. Editing & recording equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictl-res: One For All 1966 Verston; 
RPM for Latin America (Standard Oil of Calif.); 
The View from the Vineyards (California Grape- 
growers); Talking Book (Standard Oil of Calif. 
Salvation Armv). Slidefilms: Gift of Life (St. 
Francis Hospital); Marching Together (The Sal- 
vation Army). TV Commercials: National Mens 
Social Service Centers; March of Dimes. 



IMAGINATION, INCORPORATED 
531 Pacific .\ve., San Francisco, California 

941.33 
Phone: (415) 986-6075 
Date of Organization: 1950; Inc.: 1960 
John Magnuson, President 
Robert Hovorka. Vice President 
Jeffrey Hale, DiriT (or. Art & Animation 
Sebvicf-s: Production of theatrical, television, in- 
dustrial, training and educational motion pictures 
.Animation and live action, creative television and 
radio commercials, film strips, scripting, original 
musical production. Facilitu^: Complete anima- 
tion and graphic art eqtiipment; 16inm and 35mm 
motion picture and editing; interlock projection; 
recording and mixing studio. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pk-tures: Sra & Ski Goes Where the 
.\ction Is (Sea & Ski Corp.); Product 300 (Van 
Camp Seiifood Co.); Computer Data (Ampex 
Corp.); One to One (Comm. on Educational 
Media); Road of the lnt€-rior ( l>pt. of Inferior). 
TV Commercials: Savings (Bank of .America/ 
D'.Arcy Adv. Co.); Villein (Standard Oil of 



17lh PRODUCTION REVIEW 



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PACIFIC COAST STATES: 

IMAGINATION INCORPORATED: 

Calif./BBDO): Container (Matson Navigation 
Co./Campbell-Ewald); Ortho Products (Chevron 
Chemical Co./McCann Erickson); Chocolate 
(Ghirardelli Chocolate Co./McCann Erickson); 
Cling Peaches (Cling Peach Advisory Board/ 
BBDO); 6 O'clock Movie (K.G.O.TV). 

LEE MENDELSON FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1310 Howard Avenue, Burlingame, California 
94010 

Phone: (415) 343-5337 

Date of Organization: 1964 

Lee Mendelson, President, Director of Produc- 
tion 

Walter DeFaria, Vice President, Producer 

Sheldon Fay, Jr., Vice-President, Director 
Photography & Editing 

Susan Dryer, Production Assistant 
Services: Network television specials, films for 
business, government and industry. FACiLrnES: 
Production studio and crew. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictx-hes: It's a Great Pumpkin, Charlie 
Brown; you're in Love, Charlie Brown; More 
Than One (Coca-Cola); '67 West (Sunset Maga- 
zine); The Pressure Is On (East Bay Municipal 
Utility District); Susan (Sanford Children's Con- 
valescent Hospital). TV Commercials: "Granny 
Goose Green Onion" Spot; "Granny Goose Pret- 
zel" Spot (Granny Goose Foods/ Grey Adv.); 
Pacific Telephone — "Susan" Spot (Pacific Tel- 
ephone Co./BBD&O). 



MOTION PICTURE SERVICE COMPANY 

125 Hyde St., San Francisco, Calif. 94102 

Phone: (415) 673-9162 

Date of Incorporation: 1935 

Gerald L. Karski, President, Gen. Manager 

Harold A. Zell. Vice-Pres. in Chge. of Prod. 

Boris I. Skopin, Title & Trailer Dept. 

Gerald B. Patterson, Mgr. Laboratory Dept. 
Sebvjcts: Industrial, commercial and public re- 
lations films; special annoimcement and adver- 
tising trailers for theaters, business. TV films, 
spot commercials. FAcrLiriES: Maurer & Cine 
Special 16mm cameras; 3 studio 35mm cameras; 
2 title 3.5mm cameras; 16/35mm laboratory (de- 
veloping, printing, reduction and enlarging); art 
dept.; magnetic & optical recording; dubbing 
equipment: sound stage; editing equipment; 
script-to-release print service; screening room 
equipped for CinemaScope, 35/16 mm projection. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Gardens of the Morning 
(Westinghouse Broadcasting Co.). TV Commer- 
CL\LS: for Pacific Telephone Co.; Ocean Dodge 
(BBD&O); Monks Bread ( Becker/ Patael, Inc.); 
Save Mart Stores (Herald House); Evershaip 
Pens (Joseph Pedot Adv.); Donald Duck Orange 
Juice (Cappel, Pera & Reid); A\Tshire Dairy 
(MPS Co.). 

ROY NOLAN PRODUCTIONS 

181 Second St., San Francisco, California 
94105 

Phone: (415) 989-5194 

Date of Organization: 1966 

Roy Nolan, Owner/ Director of Production 

Brian Kiely, Assistant Producer 
SER\acEs: Motion pictures. FAcn-rriES: Sound 
studios including multiple-channel 16mm mixing 
and interlock facilities; location and studio equip- 
ment; editing facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Most Important People 



ROY NOLAN PRODUCTIONS: 

(Far West Surveys); Realtime Railroading 
(Southern Pacific Co.); Aluminum is Right Here 
(Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp.); Fiedelis- 
simo; Crazy Clown (Independent); Reading is 
Talk Wrote Down (Ellen K. Raskob Learning 
Institute). TV Commerciai.s: for Pl>-mouth Deal- 
ers ( Young & Rubicam ) . 

ALFRED T. PALMER PRODUCTIONS 
161 Tehama Street, San Francisco, Calif. 

94103 
Phone: (415) 421^403 

Date of Organization: 1931 

.Alfred T. Palmer, President 
Alexa H. Palmer, Vice-President, Treasurer 
Donald A. Palmer, Associate Producer 
Thomas .\. Dailey, Cameraman-.\ssociate 
Mrs. Arthur Gist, Educational Consultant 
Services: Industrial, educational and documen- 
tary films. Specialize in production of maritime 
and overseas subjects related to the promotion 
of human understanding through trade and travel. 
Production consultation. .^Iso specialize in med- 
ical and surgical cinematography and production. 
FACiLmEs: Production and soimd studios, drive- 
on sound stage, 35mm & 16mm, interlocked re- 
cording facilities, b&\v & color printing and pro- 
cessing, art department; still photographs and 
16mm color film hbrar\' on world subjects. Cam- 
era associates abroad. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Many Faces of a City 
(Cin- of San Jose, Calif.); Pacific Horizons, 
Bangkok to Bali; Explore the World Series (Dis- 
covery Productions); Bridging the Seas (new ver- 
sion) (United Seamen's Service). 

SPI TELEVISION CENTER 

155 FeU Street, San Francisco, Calif. 94102 
Phone: (415) 431-5490 
TWX 910 372-6532 

Date of Organization: 1954 

Branch: 5533 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 

90028. Dean Gilmore, Production Head 
E. E. Gregg Snazelle, President & Exec. 

Producer 
Richard Ortner. Vice-President & Treasurer 
Donald .\rlett. Vice President 
Helga A. Wilson, Production Manager 
Jan d'.'Uquen, Sfage Manager 
Walter Schenk, Camera Department 
Dean Gilmore, Sound Dept. 

Services: 16/35inm motion pictures; slidefilms, 
industrial, sales and training films, tv commer- 
cials and programs. F.^cilities: Patented MVF 
Mobile Video Film System, 4 camera tape film 
for studio and remote tv production, sound stage, 
75' X 35', editing rooms, sound recording, Vt" 
optical & magnetic. Dubbing, mudng & interlock 
services. 16/3.5mm facilities. BNC Mitchell, Arri- 
flex. Super 1200 Auricons, animation, art & tithng 
services, set department, studio and remote light- 
ing facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

TV Specl\l: Governor Romney of Michigan. 
TV Spots & Programs: Arlene Dahl Beauty 
Series (Clairol); Reagan For Governor (primary 
& gubernatorial campaigns); Sawyer for Gov- 
ernor (Nevada gubernatorial campaign). TV 
Commercials: for Crown Zellerbach; Softique 
Skin Products; Clairol Hair Products: KPAT; 
Gentle Care; Laurentide Finance Corp.; Bank 
of America; Bank Americard; several others. 

Note on Omissions and Listing Correction 

■i^ Three first-class mailings to producing com- 
panies throughout the U. S. and abroad were 
used to compile this section. Listing data re- 
ceived after extended deadlines and corrected 
material will appear in our first Production Re- 
view supplement to be published later this year. 



VISTA PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

675 Howard St., San Francisco, Calif. 94109 

Phone: (415) 982-4180 

Date of Incorporation: 1959 

Richard M. Fowler, President 

Florence H. Fowler, Vice-Pres. & Ex. Producer 

Joe M. Winters, Manager, Sound Slidefilm ft 
Still Photo. 

Bob Scott, Superutstng Editor 

Steve Nagy, Editor 

Celie Roberts, Office Manager 

JoJm Hanna, Production Assistant 

Doree Webber, Comptroller 
Services: Communications for business, indust^^ 
education and TV through 16/ 35mm color and 
b4w motion pictures, TV spots, sound slidefilnW 
and slide duplication. Production services for out-! 
of-town producers. FACn-mEs: Production and' 
sound studios, recording, projection and interlock, 
laboratory facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictures: A Place and a Time (Mills' 
College); Where do the Walnuts Go? f Diamond 
Walnut Growers, Inc.); Plans: Approved! (Merry, 
Calvo, Lane & Baker); Tower in the Sky (Bank 
of America N.T. & S.A.); Where Your Money 
Goes; One Gift-One Time (Federal Campaign 
Section— United Bav Area Crusade): University 
Without Walls (Dept. H.E.W.): Careers in 
Business .Automation (.•Vutomation Inst, of Amer- 
ca— Div. CTER): Oceanography (Gateway Pro- 
ductions): Iron Ore from Peru fMarcona Mining 
Co.); U.S. Golf Oven (Inteml. Snorts Produc- 
tions) ; Dichondra: Systemic Insect Control; Ortho 
Grow Lawn Food; A Good Year for Potatoes; 
Color Me Green (Standard Oil Co. of Calif. - 
Chevron Chemical Div.). SLiDEFrLMS: What Does 
it Take? (Bank of America, N.T.&S.A.); Arpo 
(Pacific Teleohone Co.); Perf-O-Matic (Pierce 
Specialized Eauipment). TV Commercials: 
Fund Raisins; "Help;" "Thank You" (United Bay 
Area Crusade; Kaiser Jeep International (Comp- 
ton Adv.); California Beef Coimcil: 7-Un: Ford 
Dealers Assn. Ford Countni (J. Walter Thomp- 
son); Kilpatrick's Bread (Cappel, Pera & Reid). 

Walker & Grandey Productions 
1881 Rollins Rd., Burlingame, Calif. 94010 

(Complete listing under Roy Grandey, S.F.) 



San Diego Area 

COPLEY PRODUCTIONS 
7776 Ivanhoe Ave.. LaJoUa, Calif. 92037 
Phone: (714) 454-0411 
Date of Organization: 19.56 

Branch Film Libraries: 434 Downer Place, , 
Aurora. 111. 60506, Phone: 312/892-0465, 
Mrs. Helen Hansen; 313 So. 6th St., Spring- 
field 111. 62701. Phone: 217/.544-5711, John 
L. Satterlee- 2411 W. 8th St.. Los .\ngeles, 
Calif. 90057. Phone: 213/387-3296. Charles 
C. Hushaw: Suite 421 Land Title Bldg., 
235 Broadwav. San Diego, Calif. 92101, 
Phone: 714/234-7111, Thomas Pike; c/o 
1139 Waieli St., Honolulu, Hawaii 96819, 
Phone: 31-778, Jack Heintz: The Sacra- 
mento Union, 1910 Capitol Ave., Sacra- 
mento. Cal.. Jack Harrington. 
G. Howard Matson, Jr., Producer-Manager 
Frank L. WiUey, Edit. Supr.. Assistant Mgr. 
Ra\Tnond T. Sperr>', Writer, Consultant 
Services: 16mm motion pictures and 3.5mm slide- 
films on newspaper operations, in addition to pro- 
motional films. FAcn-rriEs: Complete studio capa- 
bilities at Lajolla headquarters of The Copley 
Press, Inc. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: San Diego— The Most Impor- 
tant Comer (Copley Press); An Invitation to Bet- 
ter Newspapers; Scientific Safari. 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



ROGER TILTON FILMS, INC. 
241 West C St., San Diego, California 92101 
Phone: (714) 233-6513 
Date of Incorporation: 1954 

i| Branch: 6640 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 
I 90028. Phone: (213) 467-3191. Hugh Mc- 
Teman, Branch Manager 

Roger Tilton, President 

Robert King, Vice-President 

Richard Crawford, Production Manager 

Robert Sherry, Cinematogravher/ Director 

Rebecca Oldfield, Comptroller 

Barry Nye, Traffic Dept. 

Sue Ann Bushue, Secretary 

Services: Motion picture and filmstrip produc- 
tion. TV commercials: government and industrial 
films; live action and animation. Facqjties: 60' 
X 60' sound stage, offices, editing rooms, theater 
(16/35mm), 16/35mm cameras. 100 K lighting, 
standing sets, full sweep eye, vehicles. 
(■CENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictubes: The Shelter (Amer. Nurse's 
Assn.— Nat'l. League for Nursing) ; Texas and the 
Mexican War (Encyclopedia Britannica Films); 
Our People (Pacific Telephone Co.); Seas Buoy 
(Bissett-Berman Mfg.). TV Commercials; Ca- 
price Owner; Tombstone (Chevrolet); Firestone 
Tires (Firestone-Campbell-Ewald); Kal Kan Dog 
4 Cat Foods (Reach-McClinton); Afr^. Breedlove; 
Parts arid Service (Toyota Autos— Clinton E. 
;Frank); Sea World (Eastman Kodalc-I. W. 
Thompson); Airport; Sunrise; Cougar (Lincoln- 
Mercury-N. W. Ayer) ; Boy arid Dog; All Through 
the Night; Conveyor ( Fulvita Vitamins-Ross-Side- 
man). 



Santa Barbara Area 

REX FLEMING PRODUCTIONS 
2449 Las Canoas Rd., Santa Barbara, Calif. 

93105 
Phone: (805) 966-3087 
Date of Organization: 1939 

I Douglas Gordon, General Manager 
1 Duane Pierce, Editing Dept. 

Barry Duncan, Animation Dept. 
' Irv Turvey, Technical & Printing Dept. 

John Appel, Finishing & Print Distributiort 

Services: Film production. Full animation from 
script to screen. Facilities: Production and ani- 
mation departments; printing department; sound 
stage (38' x 70' x 19' high); production equip- 
ment (dollies, mike booms, hghting, etc.). Re- 
I recording department. Trucks for transportation 
to location shooting. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictt-res: Lesions of the Mouth (Abbott 
Laboratories); Parent to Child About Sex (Fil- 
! Med Corp.); Santa Barbara— Pacific Paradise (S. 
B. Chamber of Commerce); Apgar on Apgar; 
The Spinal Fluid Examination; The Urine Exam- 
iruition (Gerber Products); Multiple Sclerosis 
(National Multiple Sclerosis Society); Occlusive 
Arterial Duicaie (Ciba Pharmaceutical); Musilog 
Pri'.ients (series) (Musilog Corp.). 



Real Facts for Sponsers 

— evidence of supplier*^ good faith 

•fy The detailed listings given specializing 
producers of business motion pictures and 
shdefilms furnish the buyer of sight/ sound 
media with solid evidence regarding any 
prospective suppher. Listing data requests 
emphasized the need for both film and 
sponsor references and it is this area of 
each listing which indicates the recent ex- 
perience of each company in these pages. 



Specializing Producers in the 
Metropolitan Los Angeles Area 

ASCON CORPORATION 
(Programmed Learning Systems Division) 
1100 Glcndon .\ve., Los .\ngeles, Calif. 
Phones: (213) OR 6-1949 
Date of Organization; 1960 
Edward Alfshuler, Pres., Creative Director 
Louis Camin, Director of Operations 
John Sharaf, Chief Photographer 
Services: Audio-visual; videotaped program 
learning materials, including research, validation, 
scripts, texts, production and distribution for 
sales, management training, FACiLrTrES: 16/3.5- 
mm; videotape equipment, 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
SLroEFiLMS: Does Your Picture Belong? (Helms 
Bakeries); Rape of a \atinn (Execugraf Corp.); 
Recruitment & Training Techniques; Time— Secret 
of Good MarMgement (Wallcovering %\'hoIesalers 
Association); Selling Teamwork (National Elec- 
tronic Distributors ,\s.sociatinn ) , 



Audio Productions, Inc. 
716 No. LaBrea. HolK-vvood, Calif. 90038 
Phone: (213) 933-5821 (Charles Smith) 
(For complete listing see New York City) 

CAMAU PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Suite 500. 8730 Sunset Blvd.. Holh-wood, Calif. 

Phone: (213) OL 7-4302 

Date of Incorporation: 1965 

.Man T- Levi. President 

Stan Atkinson, Vice-President 

Sam Famsworth, Vice-Presider\t 
Services: Vidifilm camera sv'stem production; 
specialists in live action from concept to comple- 
tion. Script\%Titers, production and post-produc- 
tion crews. FACiLmEs: Conference, editing and 
screening facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
^foTTON Pim-RES: The Other Vietnam (U.S. 
Dept. of State— .\. ID,): Anniversary f United 
Auto '\\'orkers Union): Tropic Survival (U.S. 
Na\y, Bureau of Medicine and Sureer\') ; Evalua- 
tion Taste (National Institutes of Health); Prog- 
ress Report (Beverlv Estates), 

CHAPMAN 5 PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

3805 W. Magnolia Blvd.. Burbank, Calif. 91505 

Phone: (213) 849-6889 

Date of Incorporation: Jan. 1961 

Frank E. Guire. President 

Quinn K. Redeker, Vice-President 

James H. Flint. Producer. Agricultural Dio. 

WnvTie Mitchell. Director. Cinematosraphy 

William Garnet. Director. Still Photography 

George A\'ickham, Sound Engineer 
SERvinES: Complete or p.irti.il services for 16mm 
and 3-5mm audio-visual productions: idea devel- 
opment, planning, creating, writing, photography, 
editing, sound recording, programming; distribu- 
tion of all t\T>es of motion pichires filmstrips and 
slidefilms including: documentary, sales and sales 
promotion, education.il, training, public relati'ons, 
industri.ll. TV commercials and news clips. Facil- 
mEs: Equipped for WTiting, photographv, edit- 
ing, lighting, %", 16mm and 3.5mm sound re- 
cording and dubbing, music scoring, animati'on. 
location sovmd recording, 16mm and .35mm 
screening rooms and sound stage; fuHv staffed, 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pim'RES: Frances Ixingford — VSO 
Show; California Dairy Princess (American Dain.' 
.^sso. of California); Untitled (Designed Facili- 
ties Gorp,). SunEFiLMS: The Wonderful World 
of Viviane Woodard; Techniques of Natural 



LOS ANGELES AREA 



CHAPMAN S PRODUCTIONS INC: 

Make-up (Viviane Woodard Corp,); What Every 
Agent Should Know About Speciiil Risk Auto 
(Mission Equities Insurance Group), Filmstrip 
Series: California Design (Pasadena Art Mu- 
seum), 

R. B. CHENOWETH FILMS 

8021 East Second St., Downey, Calif. 90240 

Phone: (213) TO 1-9909 

Date of Organization: 1955 

Robert B. Chenoweth, Owner 
Services: Motion pictures and slidefilms for pub- 
lic relations, sales reports, training and education. 
TV commercials. FACrLrriEs: 16mm and 35mm 
production facilities. Editorial facilities in Dow- 
ney, Calif. Production, location, theater and stu- 
dio equipment in La Habra, California, 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Picti'res: Just Your Speed (U,S, Elec- 
tric Motors Div, of Emerson Electric) ; Everclean 
Newsreel (Ventilation and Cleaning Engineers, 
Inc); A Study in Suspension (Allen Colloids); 
To Catch a Shadow ^Lockheed-California Co,), 
Production support for various other Lockheed 
productions, 

CINE-VIEW, INC. 

6325 Santa Monica. Holh-wood, California 

Phone: (213) 465-3376 

Date of Organizab'on : 1961 

Harrv J. Lehman. President 

Cecile Lehman, Vice-President 

Jacques Lehman, Secretary-Treasurer 

Phil Saltz, Aissi. Secretary 
Services: Educational, institutional, documentary 
film production and distribution. Facihties: 
Production equipment; laboratorv' services. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: We Will Try to Win (Ameri- 
can Air Lines); Olympiad Mexicano (Helms Ath- 
letic Foundation); Principles of Food Sanitation 
( L. A. Health Dept). 

Communication Films 
8831 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 90069 
Phone: (213) 6.57-5630 
Cally Curtis, Producer 
(See complete listing under San Frandsoo) 



DATA/FILMS 

2626 Temple St., Los .\ngeles, Calif. 90026 

Phone: (213) DUnkirk 5-3911 

Date of Organization: 1960 

Charles (Cap) Palmer, In Charge 

David Bowcn, Quality Control 

Ted (W. T.) Palmer, General Manager 

Audrey Kaczenski, Office Manager 
Services: Sales company for release-prints of 
Parthenon Pictures. Production company 8mm 
"Data Films' for instruction. skiU, training, and 
sale aids. Facilities: Operates as an affiliate of 
Parthenon Pichires. HolN^vood. 
(See listing of Parthenon Pictures — Hollywood) 

DIMENSION FILMS 

733 N. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 90038 

Phone: (213) WE 7-3506 

Date of Organization: 1962 

Gar>' Gold.smith, President 

Edward Schuman, Vice-President 
Services: Writing and production of documen- 
tarv and e<lucational films. FACiLmES: Offices 
and editing rooms. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 



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LOS ANGELES AREA: 

DIMENSION FILMS: 
Motion Picttties: President Johnson's Journey 
to the Pacific; Basketball,— the Age of Chuinpions 
(U.S.I.A.); Whu Communities Trade Goods; 
Time, Lines arul Events; Rainshower (self -pro- 
duced— Dimension Film ) . 

DUDLEY PRODUCTIONS LTD. 

308 N. Rodeo Drive, Beverley Hills, Calif. 
Phone: (213) 273-5891 

Carl W. Dudley, President 

Dudley A. Warner, Exec. Vice Pres. 

Otto Lang, Producer-Director 

Ernest Flook, Editorial Supervisor 

Lee Christman, Comptroller 
Services: Theatrical, television and commercial 
motion pictures; 35mm slides. Facilities: Of- 
fices, editorial rooms, projection room. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictubes: TWA's USA (TWA); Cruise 
to Paradise (Matson Navigation Co.); Aerial Od- 
dyssey—New Zealand (New Zealand Gov't Tour- 
ist Office); Destination Hong Kong (Hong Kong 
Tourist office); Gear Up For 67 (TWA); Friend- 
ly Fiji (Fiji Visitors Bureau ) ; Isles of Paradise 
(Polynesian Cultxiral Center); Discover New 
Zealand (New Zealand Gov't Tourist office); 
Aloha Land (Aloha Airlines); Madrid— New Gate- 
way to Europe (Iberia Airlines); Adventure 
Through Time (Israel Gov't Tourist Organiza- 
tion ) ; Blue Holiday ( Greek Government Tourist 
Organization); A World of Difference, (World 
Airivays); Gateways to North America (SAS). 



Cal Dunn Studios, Inc. 
1040 N. Las Palmas, Hollywood, Cal. 90038 
Phone: (213) HOUywood 9-9011 
Alan S. Lee, Manager 
(See complete listing under Chicago area) 



EMC CORPORATION 

7000 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 

90038 
Phone: (213) 463-3282 
Date of Organization: 1951 

David E. Feinberg, President 

Robert Hyskell, Vice-President 

Leonard Gray, Art Director 

Dorse Lanpher, Animation Director 

Allan Halderson, Sales Manager 

Thomas Conrad, Writer-Director 
Services: Motion picture and slidefilm produc- 
tion, script writing, photography, editing, anima- 
tion and art production, sound recording, educa- 
tion programming, all media. Facilities: 35mm 
and 16mm Arriflcx cameras. Moviolas, etc., writ- 
ing, editing and production rooms, sound record- 
ing stages with Ampex equipment/ 40 Ampex 
high-speed duplicating machines; animation stand. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Fictxtres: Underwater Technology (U.S. 
Navy); KC-135 Cargo Loading (U.S. Air Force); 
My Husband Stanley (American Cancer Society); 
Outrunning the Sun ( Lockheed— Cahfomia Co.); 
JOT (television series for Southern Baptist Con- 
vention). Slidefilms: Words and Their Parts, 
The Changing City (Cinn & Co.); Great Decisions 
( Houghton-Mifflin Co. ) ; Let's Get Organized 
(Americ.m Cancer Society). 



Filmexpress, West 
Plant #20, Technicolor Corp., Universal City, 

Hollywood, California 
Phone: (213) 769-8500 



Filmex West, Incorporated 
1041 North Highland Ave., Hollywood, Calif. 
Phone: (213) HO 6-3211 
Ray Dietrich, Vice-President/ General Manager 
(see complete Hsting under New York City area) 

FILMFAIR, INC. 
10920 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, 

California 91604 
Phone: (213) 877-3191 

Date of Organization: 1960 

August A. ]ekel. President & Executive Producer 

William D. Jekel, Secretary 

Ted Goetz, Vice-President & Studio Manager 

Ben Norman, V. P. & Live-Action Director 

Bob Sage, Vice-President, Live Action Director 

Bob Gips, V. P. & Live-Action Director 

Dick van Benthem, V. P. and Art Director 

Kenneth Champin, Vice-President & 

Animation Director 
Kay Himes, Treasurer 
George Alch, Sound 
Jan Cornell, Production Coordinator 
Jacques Dury, Jerry Brady, Paul Wittenberg, 
Editors 
Services: Live action and animated films for 
commercial and industrial accounts. FxciLmES: 
Studio includes art rooms, animation crane, sound 
editing and recording, editing rooms and stage. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

TV Commercials: Freeway (Goodyear Tire/ 
Young & Rubicam); Circus (Schlitz Beer) and 
Seashore (United Air Lines/ Leo Burnett); Big 
Brother (General Electric/ BBD&O); Cheerios 
(General Mills/ Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample) ; 
Apollo (R.C.A./|. Walter Thompson); Credit 
Card (Std. Oil of Calif. /BBD&O); Heinz Soup 
(Doyle Dane & Bembach); Orangutan (Kleenex/ 
Foote, Cone & Belding) . 

FINE ARTS PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

727 N. Seward St., Hollywood, Calif. 

Phone: (213) HO 5-0549 

Date of Organization: 1958 

John David Wilson, President-Producer 

Steven S. Click, Production Manager 

Tom Baron, Animation Director 

Dean Spille, Design 
Services: Motion pictures for theatrical, televi- 
sion, business and educational use. FACiLmES: 
All production facilities available. Specialize in 
.-inimation. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Sea (Science Engineering As- 
sociates); Starseekers, Small Farm, My Govern- 
ment (Sterling Films); Hailstones and Halibut 
Bones U ( self-produced— Fine Arts Productions). 

FLAGG FILMS, INC. 

6345 Fountain Ave., Hollywood, Calif. 90028 
Phone: (213) HO 2-0902 

Date of Organization: 1946 

Don Flagg, President 

Aime Flagg, Vice-President & Secretary 

Steve Click, Treasurer 

"Red" Schry%'er, Editor 
Services: Industrial films; sales films; medical 
films; TV commercials. 35mm color and b&w. 
16mm color. FACiLmES: Insert stage; production 
offices; projection and cutting rooms. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: 77ie Tractor Stretcher (Mas- 
sey-Ferguson); The Beginning (The Carnation 
Company); Broken Arrow (U.S. Air Force); 
Central American Holiday (Pan-American Air- 
ways); The Sub Searchers (USIA). 

Copyright 1967; International Rights Reserved. 



F-M PRODUCTIONS 

713 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 

90038 
Phone: (213) 937-1622 

Date of Organization: 1952 

William Morrison, President, Prodn. Mgr. 

Aladar Klein, Editorial Supervisor 

Thor Putnam, Asst. Prodn. Mgr., Art Director 
Services: Motion pictures and slide presentations 
for business, government, TV programs, com- 
mercials. Production services for 16mm motion 
pictures including: research, writing, photogra- 
phy, animation and editing. Facilities: 4,500 
sq. ft. production facilities including six cutting 
rooms, art department, projection room, stock 
film hbrary, hot press titles, title stand. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Navy Laboratories; Series of 
Film Reports (U. S. Navy); Personal Property 
Disposal (U. S. A. F.); Slidefilm; Missile Sys- 
tems (U. S. Navy). TV Commercial: for Hills 
Bros. Coffee (Foote, Cone & Belding). 

FORMAT PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

12754 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, 

California 91604 
Phones; (213) PO 9-3610; 877-3356 

Date of Organization: 1963 

Herbert KlvTin, President 
Marvin Klynn, Executive Vice President 
Henrietta Jordan, Vice President Sales 
Ra\-mond Thursby, Production Manager 
Rudy Larriva, Director 
Joe Siracusa, Editorial Supervisor 
Services: Producers of animated and live action 
films for TV commercials and programming, the- 
atrical shorts; feature and industrial films. Facili- 
ties: Creative and production facilities. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Lone Ranger Animated TV 
Series (Wrather Organization); Speedy Gonzales- 
Daffy Duck Cartoons (Warner Bros.); TV Series: 
Larxis End and Mothers-in-Law (Desi Amaz Pro- 
ductions); Everywhere a Chick Chick (^Sheldon 
Leonard Productions); Braddock—Juda (Paul 
Monash 20th Centur\' Fox). 

DOUG GEORGE/ASSOCIATES 

1137 N. Cole Avenue, Hollywood 90038 
Phone: (213) HO 2-2480 

Date of Organization: 1924 
Branch Office: California: 250 Golden Gate 
Ave., San Francisco. Pat Patterson, Manager. 

Douglas F. George, Owner-Producer 

Arlette Karpo, Art Director 

Nan Kurd. Creative & Scripts 

Terry Follnier, Staging & Projection 

Margaret McGarrigle, Photography 
Services: Motion pictures; shdefilms; shdes; 
sales and meeting presentations; presentation 
equipment rentals and sales. FACiLrTiEs: Com- 
pletely equipped photographically; lighting; edit- 
ing; Ampex and Roberts tape recorders; art de- 
partment; title department including hot press. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: Spirit of '67 and Lost Valley (Boy 
Scouts); Get Squirt (Squirt Botthng Co.); Swine 
Magic (Western Farmers Asso.); Meetings: 
Management meeting for So. Calif. Edison Co. 



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GRAPHIC FILAAS CORPORATION 
916 N. Citrus Ave., HoUywood, Calif. 90038 
Phone: (213) 467-2191 

Date of Organization: 1941 

Lester Nontos, President 

lerry C. McCuire, Vice-President & Secretary 
Paul Novros, Treasurer 
J. Gordon Legg, Chief— Animation Dept. 
James Connor, Chief, Live Action Dept. 
Services: Production of animated and live action 
films tor industry and government; films and 
I special effects for exhibits. Design and publica- 
i tion of booklets, brochures and \Tsual presenta- 
tions. Facilities: Animation and live action fa- 
; cilities and staff. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

.Motion Pictures: Skinting (Dept. of Defense, 
[ Office of Civil Defense); Space Navigation 
I (N. A. S. A.); The Environmental Control Sys- 
' tern; Design for Reliability: Supersonic Wind- 
I jammer; The Pilot and the SST; Safety in the 
' SST; VS/CF-Power System for the SST, & The 
1 SST Configuration Story, (Boeing Co.); Bio- 
' satelite Program Presentation (N.A.S.A.); fie- 
I search and Development for 2001— Space Odys- 
sey (Stanley Kubrick); Safety and Man's Limits 
(In-House Production). 



The Jam Handy Organization, Inc. 
1680 North Vine St.. Holl>-\vood, Calif. 90028 
Phone: (213) HOU>-wood 3-2321 
Service office and production. 
(See complete listing under Detroit area) 



HANNA-BARBERA PRODUCTIONS 
3400 Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 
Phone: (213) 466-1371 

Date of Organization: 1957 

Joseph Barbera, President 

William Hanna, Vice-President 

Jess Morgan, Secretary-Treasurer 

Ross M. Sutherland, Vice-President, Sales & 
Industrial Films 

Arthur Pierson, Suprv. Dir. & Assoc. Prod., 
Live Action 

Carl Urbano, Suprt. Dir. & Assoc. Prod., 
Animation 
Services: Motion picture production— live action 
and animation— for industry', theatre and tele- 
vision. Permanent staff of over 300 professional 
artists and technicians. Facilities: New, fully 
equipped studio, including sound recording facil- 
ities, editorial rooms, art department. 

lECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion- Pictibes: .\nollicr Language (.\inerican 
Telephone & Telegraph Co. ) ; Wings of Tomorrow 
(The Boeing Company); Time for Decision 
(American Cancer Society); Mark O'CulUver 
(Chamber of Commerce of the U. S.); Advertis- 
ing 1967 (Anheuser Busch). 

HARRIS-TUCHMAN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

751 North Hiiihbnd, Holh-wood. Calif. 90038 
Phone: (213) WE 6-7189 

Date of Organization: 1950 

Ralph G. Tuchman, President 

Fran Harris, Vice-President 

Martin Strudler, Art Director 

Richard G. Wyatt, Production Supervisor 
Services: Creative writing, planning, produc- 
tion of motion pictures and sound slidefilms for 
sales, training, public relations, sales talks on 
film, sales meetings, live action or animation. 
FAca-mEs: Staff writers and artists; fully equip- 
ped stage; all editing facilities for 3.5mm and 



HARRIS-TUCHMAN PRODUCTIONS: 

16mm; animation department; projection; music 

library; stock film library. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Slidefilms: Lives You Touch (United Way); 
Marman Meets Your Needs (Aeroquip Corpora- 
tion); Girl from TUNA and The Big Top (Star- 
kist Foods, Inc.); Your Big Step to Sales (Cam- 
bro. Inc.); Medicare and You (California Hospital 
Association ) . 






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JOHN J. HENNESSY MOTION PICTURES 
1702 Marengo Ave., South Pasadena, Calif. 

91030 
Phone: (213) MU 2-2353 

Date of Organization: 1953 

John ]. Hennessy, President/ Exec. Producer 
Harold H. Marquis, Vice-President/ Manager 

Education Films 
Jean-Philippe Carson, Associate Producer 
E. C. Norton, Music and Sound Director 
Glen Holse, Art Director 
.Marge Benson, Carting Director 
Ronald S. Sexton, Director/ Production 
Manager 
Services: Producers of industrial, documentary, 
sales promotion, public relations, training, educa- 
tional motion pictures; TV commercials and pro- 
grams; sound slidefilms; sales and promotion of 
educational films. Facilities: Creative depart- 
ment; camera, sound, lighting, editing, projec- 
tion equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictxbes: 1966 Mobil Economy Run 
(.Mobil Oil Co.); Poised for .\ction (Pnidential 
Insurance Co. of .\merica— Contact Marketing); 
Man in the Sea (U. S. Navy); Puerto Rico Means 
Business (Commonwealth of Puerto Rico— Contact 
Marketing); Giants in the Valley (American Pipe 
and Construction Co.). TV Commercials for: 
Buick ( McCann-Erickson, Inc.); .\merican Motors 
(Benton & Bowles, Inc.). 

HOLLYWOOD ANIAAATORS 
7401 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 90046 
Phone: (213) 876-1190 

Date of Organization: 1955 

William F. and Jean M. Selleck, 
Owners & Executive Producers 

H. Eugene Burson Jr., Producer 
Seb\tces: Research, writing, directing, photo- 
graphing and editing of 16mm and 35mm motion 
pictures and sound slidefilms for business, TV 
commercials; animation and live action, including 
advanced capabilities in using Vidifilm camera 
system. Facilities: Photographic, lighting and 
editing equipment; animation stand and special 
effects rig, miniature re\oKing stage, small in- 
stTt sound stiigo. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictures: Profits in Borates and Han- 
dling Chlorates Safely ( American Potash & Chem- 
ical Coip. ) ; The Chrysler Turbine Engine & The 
1967 Chrysler News Preview (Chrysler Corpora- 
tion); The Pur ex Fume Hood (Purex Corpora- 
tion). Slidefilms; The Ovation Story (Ovation 
Cosmetics); The Girls from F. I. L. O. N. (Filon 
Corporation); Three Little Words (Janco Corpo- 
ration); The Cam-Rac System (ITT Cannon 
Electric). TV Commercials: for The First Na- 
tional Bank of New Orleans (.\rcher Agency). 

TOM HOTCHKISS PRODUCTIONS 
P.O. Box 4102, San Fernando, Calif. 91342 
Phone: (213) 367-1132 

Date of Organization: 1953 

Tom Hotchkiss, Manager & Producer 
Evel>Ti Hotchkiss, Business Martager 



LOS ANGELES AREA 



TOM HOTCHKISS PRODUCTIONS: 

Services; .Motion pictures, slidefilms. FACOxriEs: 
Creative department, studio, titles, 16rmn pro- 
duction equipment with sound recording in studio 
or on location. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Business of Reliability 
(Custom Component Switches, Inc.); Physical 
Fitness Clinic; Expanding Horizons (Dairy 
Council of California); Honey-Nature's Golden 
Treasure (California Honey Advisory Board); 
Futures in Your Future (N. Y. Mercantile Ex- 
change). 

JENKYNS, SHEAN & ELUOTT INC. 

8718 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, Calif. 

90069 
Phone: (213) OL 5-9340 

Date of Organization & Incorporation; 1962 

Chris Jenk-\Tis, President 

Jack Silver, Vice-President, Producer 

Richard Elliott, Secretary-Treasurer 

George Woolery. Public Relations 

Dorothy Irwin, Casting, Secretary 

Carmel Goode, Design & Layout 

Glenn Johnson, Film Editor 

Barbara Baldwin, Production Supervisor 
Ser\ices: Story and script; art design; direction 
and editing from creation through staging and 
production, in color and b&w, 35mm and 16mm 
animation and live-action motion pictures, indus- 
trial, educational and public relations films and 
tv commercials. Facilities: All with exception 
of soimd stage and lab. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Hard Facts About Soft 
Landings (Boeing); Spectrum— Navigation Stcny 
(National Educational Television (NET); Johnny 
Mathis Christmas Show (ROJAN Productions). 
T\' Commercials: for General Tel. & Electronics 
Corp. (Tatham, Laird & Kudner); Sugar Infor- 
mation Bureau, Kellogg's Sugar Pops, Nestle's 
Crunch, & Franco-.\merican Spaghetti (Leo 
Burnett Company); Del Monte Fruit Drinks 
(McCann-Erickson); Dodge Dealers of So. Calif .- 
.Arizona (Cole-Fischer-Rogow); Richfield Oil 
Company (Hixson & Jorgensen); Mellon Bank & 
Trust Co., Salada Tea (Freberg Ltd.); Lyon Van 
& Storage Co. (Lee Mishk-in). TV Promotions 
for: ABC-TV Nehvork (Election Night, Holly- 
wood Palace. Rango; Peter Jennings News, Sun- 
day Night Movies, Fall Season— Seven Nights to 
Remember). T\' TrixEs: for N'ET-TX' (Spectrum 
Science Series, Fort\- Supers); .\rmed Forces 
Radio-Television Sen-ice (AFRTS Color Logo). 

lOU LILLY PRODUCTIONS 

1522 N. Van Ness Ave., Hollywood, Calif- 
90028 

Phone: (213) HO 6-6484 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Lou Lilly, President tc Producer 

Jack Perrin, Comptroller 

M.iry -Ann \\'ood. Office Maruiger 

Stuart O'Brien, Editorial Dept. 

Bud Thompson, Lab Control 
Servkf-s; T\' cTimmercials; industrial and edu- 
cational films. Facilities: Creative department; 
titles; animation; 35 & 16mm production equip- 
ment with sound recording in studio or on lo- 
cation; RC.\ magnetic or optical 35' 16mm. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV C:i>MMKii< lAUs; (or Wiiichesttr Rifle (Mattel, 
Inc./ Carson-Roberts Inc.. L.A.); Checkstand 
(Laura Scudder/ Doyle. Dane & Bembach); Surf- 
er (Blitz Weinhard Beer Ilonig. Cooper & Har- 
rington); Hillbillies (Clorox Bleach Honig. Cooo- 
er & Harrington); Drink Big Montage (RC Cola 
Co. D'.Arcy Advertising) . 



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LOS ANGELES AREA: 

LORI PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
9100 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. 90069 
Phones. (213) CR 4-0839; CR 3-4541 

Date of Organization: 1962 

Tack Wipper, President 

Dick Grant, National Sales Manager 

Ralph Drewry, Director of Administration 

Gil Hubbs, Production Manager 

Ronald Peterson, Writer-Director 

Beverly Witt, Office Manager 

Ron Se.xton, Supervising Fum Editor 

Ricardo Diaz, Writer 

Mel Kreger, Business Manager 
Services: 35/16inm motion picture production 
and film services. Slidefilms, commercials, the- 
atrical, industrial and business films. FACn-mES: 
Creative department, studio, titles, animation, 
camera and sound equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictuhes: The Parcelman (United Parcel 
Ser\'ice); The Art of Fantasy (Buzza Cardozo); 
The Natzlers (Los Angeles County Museum of 
Art); In Pursuit of Safety (Advanced Safety De- 
vices, Inc.); The Karbomatic Story (Pacific Sci- 
entific Corp.); Discovering Yourself — Series 
(Sterling Educational Films, Inc.); The Profes- 
sional-Series (Seven Arts Television); The Pat 
Boone Show-Series (Cooga Mooga-NBC); The- 
atrical Food Trailers (Pacific Theatres, Inc.); 
The World of Archery (Easton Aluminum). 

LUMAR FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

6223 Selma Avenue, Hollywood, Calif. 90028 
Phone: (213) HO 7-5168 

Date of Organization: 1960 

Bill Webb, President, Director-Writer 

Don Henderson, Exec. Vice-Pres., Prod. 

Tommy Tomlinson, Producer/Writer 

Cran Chamberlin, Producer, Writer 

Lauri Fifield, Research 

Steven Smith, Design-Graphic Arts 

John Wiafield, Editor 

Stan Fox, Glen Smith, Photography 
Services: Motion pictures for sales and commim- 
ication; films designed for theatrical release; 
public service, public relations, industrials, sales, 
corporate image films, commercials and test 
commercials. FACn-mEs: Facilities and staff for 
all aspects of 35/ 16mm production. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: America's Amazing Fun Farm 
(Knotts Berry Farm); The Connecting Link 
(California Highway Patrol); Climate for Success 
(San Bemadino/ Inland Empire); CAMARO! and 
Jungle Fighter (AMF-W EN-MAC) . 

BILL MEIENDEZ PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

429 N. Larchmont Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. 

90004 
Phone: (213) 463-4101 
Date of Organization: 1964; Inc.: 1965 

Bill Melendez, President 

Helen Melendez, Secretary-Treasurer 

Holly Wilgus, Secretary 

Edward Levitt, Color & Design Director 

Bernard Gruver, Story & Layout Director 

Ruth Kissane, Layout & Design 

Robert GiUis, Film Editor 

Beverly Bobbins, Ink & Paint Supervisor 
SER\acES: Production of 35/ 16mm animated and 
live action motion pictiu-es, tv programs and 
commercials, industrial and pubhc relation films. 
FACiLmzs: All with exception of sound stage 
and laboratory. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV Films: Charlie Brown's All Stars; It's a 
Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown; A Cliarlie Brown 
Christmas; You're in Love, Charlie Brown (Coca- 
Cola/McCann Erickson); The Fabulous Funnies 



BILL MELENDEZ PRODUCTIONS: 

(Lee Mendelson Film Productions); John Stein- 
beck's America (NBC-TV News). TV Co.m.mer- 
CLALS: for Cheerios (General Mills/ Dancer-Fitz- 
gerald-Sample); Dolly Madison Cakes; Breads: 
Butternut, Webers, Mrs. Karls, Cobbs, Harts, 
Sweetheart and Blue Seal (Interstate Bakeries/ 
Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample); Oscar Mayer Wein- 
ers (J. Walter Thompson); Lucky Lager Draft 
(General Brewing Corp./BBDO); Standard Oil 
Chevron (David Commons/ White & Shyford); 
Bugles, Whistles and Daisys (General Mills/ 
Knox Reeves); Standard Oil Chevron (BBDO); 
Centro Hispano public service spots (Presby- 
terian Church); Westinghouse TV ID's (Klein- 
Baizman). 

METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. 
ANIMATION/VISUAL ARTS DIVISION 

6290 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

Phone: (213) 466-3393 

Date of Organization: 1964 

Charles (Chuck) Jones, Division Head, Prod. 

Las Goldman, General Mgr. & Producer 

Maurice Noble, Design Director 

Abe Levitow, Director 
Services: Creation, development and production 
of shorts, featurettes and longer films for thea- 
tres, television and commercial purposes. Design 
and execution of titles and promotional films. 
Production of program series for television. Fa- 
crLiTiES: Entire production complex for anima- 
tion, experimental and graphic films — including 
all facilities of a major motion picture studio. 
Back lot and location capability. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
T\' Series: Off to See the Wizard. Animated 
TV Film: Dr. Seuss' Special sponsored by the 
Foundation for Commercial Banks. Cartoons: 
Tom and Jerry theatricals. 



MPO-TV of California, Inc. 
800 No. Seward St., Hollywood, Calif. 
Phone: (213) HO 6-3341 
Mel Dellar, Vice-President 

(For complete listing see New York City) 



Fred A. Niles Communications Centers, Inc. 
5545 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 90028 
Phone: (213) 462-7311 

Lionel Grover, Vice President 

(See complete L'sting under Chicago area) 

PACE PRODUCTIONS INCORPORATED 
155 No. La Peer Drive, Los Angeles, Calif. 

90048 
Phone: (213) BR 2-8067 

Date of Organization: 1960 

Robert Ellis, President, Creative Director 
Bernard Gardner, Photography 
Tracy Gustavsen, Production Assistant 
Services: Production of color sound filmstrips 
from conception to screen. Consultant and script 
services for audio-visual programs of all kinds. 
Specializing in films for franchise training and 
selling, land development, sales and corporate 
orientation films. FACiLrriEs: No data provided. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Slidefilms: Telemetries Story (Telemetries, 
Inc.); This is JPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory); 
The Inside Story (Pioneer Restaurant Systems); 
The Leadership Million (Military Purchase Sys- 
tem). 

Entire contents Copyright 1967 



PARTHENON PICTURES 
— Hollywood 
2625 Temple Street, Hollywood, Calif. 90026 
Phone: (213) DU 5-3911 
Date of Organization: 1954 
Charles (Cap) Palmer, In Charge 
David Bowen. Producer-Director 
John E. R. McDougall, Producer-Director 
Don Livingston, Assoc. Prod., Director 
Norman Glazer, V.P. Special Services 
Ted (W. T.) Palmer, General Manager 
Marge Benson, Casting Director 
Glen Holse, Art Director 
Larry Sullivan, Executive AssistarU 

Services: Films for business and education; TV 
documentaries. MiniVue Division makes short 
films for 8mm release. Parthenon-Reel/ 3 is ani- 
mation and design affihate, with separate studio 
and own equipment. FACiLrnEs: Sound stage 
with offices, craft rooms, and projection theater 
adjoining. Full professional equipment in camera, 
sound, lighting, editorial and projection; 35inm, 
16mm and 8mm. Access to all Hollywood re- 
sources. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motio.n PicTi-REs: Good Old Sam (Merrill 
Lynch); Two Cheers for Charlie (Mutual of 
Omaha); Love Thy Customer (Ford Market- 
ing); Action Baseball (Parthenon Pictures); The 
Extra Step (.American Tel. & Teleg); Chromo- 
some Puff (The Upjohn Co.); Bartlett And Son 
(National Association of Retail Druggists). 



PARTHENON-REEL/3 

8439 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood 69, Calif. 

Phone: (213) OL 3-0630 

Date of Organization: 1963 

Richard Earle Spies, Executive Producer 

Charles (Cap) Palmer, Associate 

David Bowen, Parthenon Liaison 
Services: Animated motion pictures; tec h nical, 
instructional and theatrical; all services from con- 
cept to delivery. Animation integrated with Bve- 
action is produced in collaboration with Parthe- 
non Pictures' talent and facilities. Facilities: 
Professional creative art, editorial and camera 
equipment for animation work. 

(See listing of Parthenon Pictures) 



Pelican Films of California, Inc. 
1777 North Vine, Hollywood, California 
Phone: (213) 469-5821 ' 

Tom .\nderson. Executive Producer 

(See complete listing under New York City) 

PICTURES FOR BUSINESS 
ISox 2309, Hollywood, Calif. 90028 
1260 North Wilcox Ave., Hollywood 38, Calif. 
Phone: (213) 467-7009 

Date of Organization: 1951 

Bill Deming, Executive Producer 

.\nn Deming, Producer-Director 

A. H. HolyvveU, Administration 
Services: Motion pictures and slidefilms for 
business and government. T\' program produc- 
tion and packaging (live and film). Animated 
and Uve TV spot production. Consultation and 
creative planning services. Fachjties: Studio 
and location equipment; animation department, 
complete from plarming through photography. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: The Commac Line (Commac, 
Inc.); Hack Saws (Script for Avis Films); Project 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



PICTURES FOR BUSINESS: 

Image (Data Processing Management Associa- 
tion). SuDEFiLMS: Accumulators Unlimited 
(Greer Hydraulics); The Riverside Mall (Her- 
man Ruhnau; Dial-a-Gift (Harry & David); 
Accumulator Applications (Greer Hydraulics); 
Captain Neverout (Towlsaver-Hughes & Law); 
Yankee Doodle (Proto Tools) ; Accumulator in the 
Hydraulic System (Greer Hydraulic); The Im- 
portant Option (Southern California Edison 
Company) ;S/ir7Wcrt-A, B, C, It D (Proto Tools); 
Preferred Floor Care (Sanico); The Lifesaver 
(Bussway); The Dial-a-Gift Franchise (Harry & 
David). 

PLAYHOUSE PICTURES 
1401 N. La Brea Ave., HoU)-wood, Calif. 90028 
Phone: (213) HO 5-2193 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Adrian Woolery, President 
Jim Pabian, Producer/ Director 
Mary Matthews, Secretary/ Treasurer 
Bernard Gruver, Story & Design Director 

Services: Animation specialists in industrial, edu- 
cational, entertainment and TV commercials. Fa- 
cnjTiES: Complete creative staff and facilities 
for production of 16mm and 35nun color and 
bJnv films from story idea and development 
through camera and answer print. 
■ECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV Commercials: Pete & Harry Series (Carna- 
tion Co.,/Erwin Wasey); Very Important Bird 
(Western Airlines/B.B. D. & O.); Shaggy Dog 
(So. CaUf. Ford Dealers/J. W. Thompson); 
Mickey & Donald (NBC Puppet Cereal/ Wm. 
Esty)- Winnie-the-Pooh (Quaker Oats Huimy 
Munch/ Spitzer, Mills). 

QUARTET FILMS, INC. 
5631 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 

90028 
Phone: (213) HO 4-9225 

Date of Organization: 1956 

Arnold B. Gillespie, President 

Stanley L. Walsn, Executive Vice-President 

& Secretary 
Michael R. Lah, Executive Vice-President 

ti Treasurer 
Frank C. Eberle, Paul Carlson, Prod. Mgrs. 

Services: Live action and animation for all film 
media and radio. pAcn-mES: Complete studio 
facilities for all film and radio media. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV Commercials: Laclede Bear (Laclede Gas/ 
D'Arcy Advertising); Dennis the Menace (A&W 
Root Beer/ Botsford, Constantino & McCarty); 
Happiness Boys (Minnesota Federal Savings/ 
Kerker-Peterson ) ; Eat Well Series (Swanson 
Frozen Foods/ Leo Burnett Co.); Wealding, Val- 
ley a Ho Ho, Guess Who, Tourist, Giant Watch- 
ing, The Berries Are Coming, etc. (Green Giant 
Frozen Foods/ Leo Burnett Co.); Tauem Base- 
ball, Great Beer Robbery, Matchstick Tavern, 
Poster Bear, Bobsledding, Shooting Rapids, etc. 
(Hamm's Bear/Campbell-Mithun Agency) ; Movie 
Tiger, Figures, Alarm Clark, etc. ( Kellogg's Sugar 
Frosted Flakes/ Leo Burnett Co. ) ; others for Na- 
tional Beer/\V. B. Doner & Co.; Budweiser/ 
D'Arcy Co.; Foremost Dairies/ Dancer-Fitzgerald- 
Sample); Marbon Purafil/Fahlgren & .Associates; 
Clorox/Honig-Cooper-Harrington; etc. 



RAMPART STUDIOS 

2625 Temple St., Los Angeles, Calif. 90026 

Phone: (213) DU 5-3911 

Date of Organization; 1955 

Ted (W. T.) Palmer, In Charge 
Sbrvices: Operates as service producer on sub- 
contract for primary producen, speciaLzing in 



RAMPART STUDIOS: 

"photoplay" studio-type work under lATSE union 
conditions. Facilities: Sound stage with scene 
dock; insert stage; optical room; dressing rooms; 
projection theater and offices. Limbo sikes. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Producer Services: for Parthenon Pictures; Bay 
State Film Productions, Video Films, Canadian 
Broadcasting Corp., Willard Pictures. 

ROLAND REED PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
650 N. Bronson, Los Angeles, Calif. 90026 
Phone: (213) HO 9-1628 

Date of Incorporation: 1947 

Roland D. Reed, President 
Duke Goldstone, Executive Vice-President 
Jesse C. Corallo, Production Manager 
Services: Producers of TV film series; industrial, 
educational and public relations motion pictures; 
TV commercials. FACn-rriES: Based at Producers 
Studios with 9 large sound stages. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: To Reach the Dawn (The 
Reynolds Metals Corp.); Croup Portrait (Na- 
tional Automobile Dealers Assn.); The Million 
Club (American Cancer Society); The Poles 
Came Tumbling Down (Westinghouse Electric 
Corp. ) ; A Home in the City ( Federal Cooperative 
Housing Co. ) . 

Reeder Productions, Inc. 
417 Garfield Ave., Glendale, Calif. 91204 
Phone: (213) 246-4265 
Thomas \V. Taylor, in charge 
(See complete listing imder Knoxville, Tenn. ) 

RIVIERA PRODUCTIONS 
6610 Sehna .\ve., Hollywood, Calif. 90028 
Phone: (213) 462-8585 

Date of Organization: 1947 

Branch Offices: Ohio: 3303 Rumson Rd., 
Cleveland. Phone: (216) RE 1-6076. Pat 
Rancati, Eastern Representative. Wisconsin: 
340 Westmoor, Brookfield (Milwaukee). 
Phone: (414) SU 2-8815. Robert Zens, Mid- 
west Representative 

F. W. Zens, Executive Producer 

Leif Rise, Associate Producer 

Cliff Bertrand, Associate Manager 
Services: Complete motion picture production 
from script to final prints for industrial, educa- 
tional, pubhc relations, ad\ertising, sales, medi- 
cal, religious, technical, theatrical motion pic- 
tures. TV programs and spots. pACiLmES: Execu- 
tive office; studios; editing rooms; projection 
room; sound recording and mixing. Location 
equipment, musical and sound effects library. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion PicTtRES: Keys to Creativity (The 
Wurlitzer Co.); Invitation to Europe (Renault 
Co.); Road to ^^ashville & Hell on Wheels 
(Robert Patrick); Punishment Battalion ( West- 
ham pton). 



ROCKET PICTURES, INC. 
1150 W. Olive Ave., Burbank, Calif. 91506 
Phone: (213) 849-6078 

Date of Incorporation : 1943 

Dick Westen, President 

John Russo, Vice-President, Sales 

Don Bartelli, Vice-President, Production 

Kay Shaffer, Secretary-Treasurer 
Services: Creators and producers of ready-made 
and custom-made propams for recruiting, train- 
ing, selling and public relations, incorporating 
motion pictures, filmstrips and records imd other 
audio-visual media. Planned programs include 
collateral material such as booklets, manuals. 




LOS ANGELES AREA 



ROCKET PICTURES INCORPORATED: 



charts, direct mail, etc. Single-Step Service from 
idea to completion. FACiLrriEs: New building 
with shooting stage, art and animation, creative 
writing staff, camera department, editing. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Slidefilms: How to Sell Auto Insurarwe (Farm- 
ers Insurance Group); 76 Auto Care Program 
(Union Oil Company); Like Youl (Associated 
In-Group Donors); Cure the Sadi, Dad! (Cham- 
pion Laboratories); How to Sell Casualty & Fire 
Insurance (BSB Sales Division). 



F. K. ROCKETT PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
5451 Laurel Canyon Blvd., North Hollywood, 

Calif. 91607 
Phone: (213) 464-3183 

Date of Organization: 1924 

Thomas H. Cole, President 

Dixon Q. Dem, Secretary & Treas. 

Sharon West, Office Maruiger 
Services: Motion picture and filmstrip produc- 
tion ser\'ices from scripts to answer prints. Live 
action & animated TV commercial Specializing 
in public service, sales and training, and educa- 
tional films for industry and government. Facili- 
ties: Equipped for all phases of film production. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Measure for the Future; Lasser 
ReolJty; The Year with 53 Weeks (U.S.A.F.); 
To See or Not to See (Univis, Inc.). Filmstrip: 
The Distributor Story (Ovation Cosmetics). 

RMP Productions of California 
1380 N. Van Ness Ave., Hollywood, Calif. 

90028 
Phone: (213) 446-8561 
(Jim Rose, Ex. m charge) 
(See Rose-Magwood listing. New York City area) 

RICHARD J. SOLTYS PRODUCTIONS 
1615 W. Burbank Blvd., Burbank, Calif. 91506 
Phone: (213) 843-0373 
Date of Organization: 1960 
Richard J. Soltys, Executive Producer 
SERvacEs: Documentary and industrial motion 
pictures in 16mm, such as public and employee 
relations, sales training and TV films. From re- 
search and script to delivery of release prints. 
TV commercials. pACiLmES: Own building with 
editorial department, offices, projection, pho- 
tographic and sound equipment for studio or lo- 
cation shooting. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Help Wanted (Unemploy- 
ment Studv Committee-Cit>- of Honolulu); Pur- 
pose (Pacific Telephone Company); Trouble 
Shooting (Plymouth Dealers (LA). TV Commer- 
cials: Long Beach Independent (Max Becker 
Adv.); Sahara Safari (Geyer. Morey & Ballard). 

SOUNDFILM, INC. 
707 S. Brand Blvd., Glendale, Calif. 91204 
Phone: (213) 246-8329 
Date of Organization: 1957 
John B. Sullivan. President, Producer 
Jack Shnell. Production Supervisor 
William Troiano, Director of Photography 
Clark Howat, Research and Writing 

Sehvtces; Motion pictures and TV commercials. 

FACiLrriES: Creative department, studio .md 

sound stage equipped for 16/35mm production. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: Presenting the Offer, Qualify- 



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LOS ANGELES AREA: 

SOUNDFILM INCORPORATED: 
ing the Buyer and Sliotving the Property (Calif. 
Real State Assn.); The Extra Step (Pacific Light- 
ing Co.); Crisis in Education (Independent Pro- 
duction ) . 

SPI Television Center 
5533 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 9002S 

Dean Gilmore, Production Head 
( See complete listing under New York City Area ) 



Sun Dial Films, Inc. 
205 W. Hueneme Rd.. Oxnard, Calif. 93030 
Phone: (805) 448-6610 

Carl V. Ragsdale, President 
(See complete listing under New York City Area) 

JOHN SUTHERLAND PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

201 No. Occidental Blvd., Los Angeles, 

California 90026 
Phone: (213) DU 8-5121 

Date of Incorporation: 1943 

John E. Sutherland, President 

George Gordon, Vice President & 
Dir. of Animation 

Dan E. Weisburd, Exec. Vice President 

Jean Matheis, Treasurer 
Services: Complete production of live-action and 
animation films from research and script de- 
velopment through release printing. Industrial, 
documentary, public relations, sales promotion 
and educational films. FACn-rriEs: Motion pic- 
ture studio. Completely staffed animation de- 
partment. Live-action stage with electrical, grip 
and sound equipment. Set inventon,', mill, paint 
shop, etc. Editorial department equipped with 
35mm and 16mm. Projection theater equipped 
for 35mm and 16mm. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Picttires: The Modern Corporation (Al- 
fred P. Sloan Foundation); Buy Wise (Office 
of Economic Opportunity); The Test Case & 
More Than A Living (American Telephone & 
Telegraph ) ; Make a Mighty Reach ( Charles F. 
Kettering Foundation); Lexicon (University of 
California, Los Angeles). Slidefilm: Buy Wise 
(U. S. Office of Economic Opportunity). 

TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 

10340 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, 

California 90025 
Phone: (213) 273-1440 

Branch: 2337 Lemoine Ave., Fort Lee, N. J. 
07024. Phone; (201) 947-0371. Dr. VV. R. 
Goodvnn, Vice-President. 

Date of Incorporation: 1955 

Leon Vick-man, President 
Dr. W. R. Goodwin, Vice President 
Merl Edelman, In Charge of Production 
Fritz Miller, Animation Director 
Services; Government, industrial communications 
and training systems; information and manage- 
ment systems; general communications systems, 
consulting, design and implementation through 
production of various types of media. Facilities: 
Design and production facilities, 5,000 square 
feet in company-owned building; total media 
production capability 'in house.' 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: AN/SQQ-U MINE DE- 
TECTING SONAR, Progressive Aircraft Rework, 
Jezebel Tactics, & Jezebel Gram Reading (U. S. 
Navy); Total Energy ( Garrett- AiResearch ) . 



Roger Tilton Films, Inc. 
6640 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 90028 
Phone: (213) 467-3191 
Hugh McTeman, Branch Mgr. 
(For complete listing see San Diego, Calif.) 

JOHN URIE & ASSOCIATES 
5831 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. 90028 
Phone: (213) 466-7701 

Date of Organization: 1959 

John Urie, Producer 
. Don Richetta, Associate Producer 

Richard Urie, Business Manager 

Robert Curtis, Director 

Stuart Hagmann, Director 

Remi Kramer, Director 
Services: Live-action, special effects, stop-mo- 
tion and animation. Producing commercial, in- 
dustrial, public relations, theatrical and documen- 
tary films. Facilities: Studio and two sound 
stages. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

TV Commercials ; for American Oil (MacManus, 
John & Adams); Chevrolet (Campbell-Ewald); 
General Mills (Knox-Reeves); Hunt Foods 
(Young & Rubicam) ; Ice Gapades (Ice Capades) ; 
Kelloggs Cereals (Leo Burnett); Kraft Foods 
(Foote, Cone & Belding); Lincoln-Mercury 
(Kenyon & Eckhardt); Olympia Beer (Botsford, 
Constantine & McCarty); Trans World Airlines 
(Foote, Cone & Belding). 

Van Praag Productions, Inc. 
1228 N. Vine St., Hollywood Calif. 90038 
Phone: (213) HO 2-2341 

Charles Wasserman, Vice-President & Manager 
(For complete hsting see New York City) 

VPI Films of California 

1515 N. Western Ave., HoUywood, Calif. 

90038 
Phone: (213) HO 6-8691 
Peck Prior, Exec. Vice-President 
( See complete listing under New York Cit\' ) 

JERRY WARNER & ASSOCIATES 

8615 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. 

90069 
Phone: (213) 655-4884 
Date of Organization; 1952 
Jerry Warner, President/ Exec. Prod.-Dir. 
V. M. Warner, Vice-President /Treasurer 
Albert Duffy, Prod. Exec. Writer 
Michael Kraike, Prod.-Dir.-Special Projects 
Stan Oilman, Camera/ Editorial Supervisor 
William S. Meigs, Indus. Theater Planning 
G. Eckert, Industrial Tlwatcr Staging 
Zeke Zekley, Art Director 
Services; Planning, writing and production of in- 
dustrial and sponsored motion pictures; TV com- 
mercials; live staging for industry, sales meet- 
ings, pageants, commemorative programs and 
government films. Facilities; Film, videotape 
sound stages, rehearsal stages, studio staff plan- 
ning and creative writing departments, prop de- 
partment, casting service, camera, lighting, lo- 
cation equipment, transportation, special effects, 
recording scoring and dubbing, laboratory su- 
pervision, editorial services. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; Lipton Goes to Market (Thos. 
J. Lipton, Inc.); Bonus (Procter & Gamble); 
CBS Apollo Program (CBS); Man-Child; Grand 
Masquerade; and Man Who Wore 3 Hats (U.S. 
Navy); SST Presentation (Boeing Aircraft Co.). 
Slidefilm: 1976 Olympics (Litton Industries); 
Project S (Van Camp Sea Food). Live Show; 
for Richfield Oil Co. 



W C D, Inc. 
1028 N. LaBrea Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 

90038 
Phone: (213) HO 3-3113 

(See complete listing under New York Cit>' area) 

WEXLER FILM PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

801 N. Seward St., Los Angeles, Calif. 90038 

Phone: (213) HO 2-6671 

Date of Incorporation: 1961 

Sy Wexler, Owner-Produccr-Director-Camera- 
man 

Helen R. Wexler, Office Manager 
Services: Educational and medical-educational 
motion pictures. Specialized services of 16inm 
and 3.5mm production, color printing, animation 
and equipment design. Facilities; Offices, art 
dept., animation camera, editing, projection room, 
55' X 45' stage. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures; Cancer in Children (American 
Cancer Society); Human and Animal Beginnings 
(E. C. Brown Trust); A Chance to Wonder Why 
(Chemical Education Material Study); Especial- 
ly for Boys (Los Angeles County Medical Asso- 
ciation). 

Wilding, Inc. 
8460 West Third St., Los Angeles, Calif. 
Phone: (213) 651-1860 
W. Watkins, Production Manager 

(see listing of Wilding, Inc., CJiicago) 



Wolper Productions, Inc. 
(A Division of Metromedia) 

8544 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, Calif. 

90069 
Phone: (213) OL 2-7075 

(See complete listing in New York Cit\ area) 

WONDERLAND PRODUCTIONS 

760 Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 90038 
Phone: (213) 462-7385 

Date of Organization : 1957 

Marvin Bryan, Executive Producer 

Robert R. Mulqueen. Production Spvr. 

John Simons, Supervimr, Editorial Dept. 

Carol Lee, Production Coordinator 

Sally Gorham, Office Manager 
Services: Production of motion pictures for busi- 
ness and industry throughout U.S. 35mm and 
16mm. All services, script to screen, by perma- 
nent, full-time staff. Facilities: Comp.iny-o\vned 
airplane to transport crews an\-where in U.S. or 
Canada. Compan\-o\vned Holh-wood studio, edit- 
ing and production center, complete equipment 
including sound dubbing, music hbrary, stock 
footage. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Building Tomorrow and Fu- 
ture Unlimited (Automation Industries, Inc.); 
Symbol of Safety (Sperry Rail Service); Know 
How in Metals (Austenal); The Howmet Story 
( HowTnet Corporation ) . 

All the Facts the Picture Buyer Needs 

tV These 64 pages of the 17th Production Re- 
\iew listings of specializing business and edu- 
cational film producers provide facts-in-depth 
about tnily qualified companies from coast-to- 
coast and abroad. Look to film/sponsor reference 
data for key data on the individual companies. 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



OREGON 

Metropolitan Portland Area 

ALL STAR FILM PRODUCTIONS 
1226 S.W. Broadway, Portland, Oregon 97205 
Phone: (503) 22S-6046 

Date of Organization: April, 1956 

Rex E. Pruitt, Owner, Manager 
Sebvices; Motion pictures, TV commerciak, 
slidefilms and slide presentations. FAcn-rriES: 
Camera room; editing room; animation stand: 
slidefilm camera. 

I RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

, Presentations; Potato Chip Sorting (.Mien 
' Fruit Co., Newberg, Oregon); Poultry Handling 
i Equipment (Gordon Johnson Co., Kansas Cit>')' 
'■ TV Show: Let's Co Coifing (Lynn Kirby Ford, 
Portland). T\' Commercials; Mary Tonkin Ford 
(Ad Factors, Inc. Agcy); Western Business Uni- 
versity (David Evans & .Assoc. Agcy.). 



NORTHWESTERN INCORPORATED 
MOTION PICTURES & RECORDING 

Oil S. VV. Hooker St.. Portland. Ore. 97201 

Phone: (503) 224-3456 

Date of Organization: 1953 

Robert M. Lindahl, President 

Sheldon Goldstein, Vice-President 

MacDonald MacPherson, Writer 

Fred Miller, Director 

Richard Blakeslee, Camera Dept. 

Michael Carter, Recording Division 

Alfredo .Montalvo, Editing Supervisor 

Dan Snellback, Audio Visual Sales 
Sermces: Public relations; sales, industrial and 
training motion pictures; medical films, TV com- 
mercials and programs; sound slidefilms; script- 
ing, and storyboards; artwork, animation, titling, 
scoring. Complete production service from script 
to screen. Facilities; 16mm and 35tnm b&%v 
and color photograph\'; remote trucks; lighting 
and generators; Westrex and Moviola editors; 
cutting rooms; animation camera and stand; music 
and sound effects library; 5-channeI interlock pro- 
jection; hot press titles; 16 and 35mm theater; 
sound recording in V*", M" and 16mm. also disc 
recording. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictx'res: The Great Country (United 
States National Bank); The Big Lift (Hyster 
Company); The Golden Harvest Center Story 
(Pacific Supply Cooperative); Operation Concen- 
tration 1967 (Georgia Pacific Corp.); Civilian 
Defense Exercise (Systems Development Corp.). 
Slidefilms: Portland Housing Authority (Madi- 
son/West Inc.); Report on Long Range Planning 
(N.W. Intermountain Dev. Corp.). TV Commer- 
cials: for Blue Cross (Botsford, Const.intine & 
McCarty, Inc. Adv.,) A. B. Smith Chevrolet 
(R. G. Montgomery & Associates Adv.); Bio-D 
(Madison/West Inc., Adv.); Pacific International 
Livestock A.sso. (McCann-Erickson Inc.); McCall 
for Governor (Botsford, Constantine and McCart> 
Adv.); Dellenback for Congress (Cerber Adv.); 
Franz Bread (Cole & Weber Inc.) ; Hillbilly Bread 

iCole and Weber Inc.); Pacific Power and Light 
McCann-Erickson Inc.); Hollidav Radio (Madi- 
son/West Inc.); Tonex 1967 (Madison/West. 
Inc.); Colonial Mortuary (R. G. Montgomery & 
Associates ) . 

Eugene, Oregon 

DARRON ASSOCIATES, INC. 
1177 Pearl Street, Eugene, Oregon 97401 
Phone: (503) 343-2548 

Date of Organization : February, 1963 

Dan Pelletier, President, General Manager 
Bc\erly Green, Vice President, Writer 



DARRON ASSOCIATES INC: 

Marvin Boggs, Secretary, Art Director 

Alice Hill, Writer 

William H. Green, Recording Technician, 
Sound Eng. 
Services: Advertising, public relations, industrial, 
educational and training motion pictures; T\' 
commercials and programs; sound slidefilms, 
scripting, artwork, titling, cleared music. Facili- 
ties: On-location mobile film unit for 16mm b&w 
and color films and 35mm slide originals. Com- 
plete cutting room, track mLxing and recording 
on double-system interlocked recording projector, 
with 9 recording combinations. Westrex-recorded 
density tracks. Facilities also for 8mm sales-aid 
films for use with Technicolor or Fairchild sound 
equipment. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictirzs: Hot-deck Pre-Loader (Page 
& Page Co); Balloon-Logging (Flying Scotsman, 
Inc.); We Have News for You (Eugene Register 
Guard). Slidefilm; Western Manufacturing 
(U. S. Plywood Corporation). TV' Com.merciai-S: 
for Darigold Farms, Burch's, Willamette Towers, 
Pizza Joe's. 



N/VASHINGTON 

Metropolitan Seattle Area 



CAMERON FILM PRODUCTIONS COMPANY 
222 Minor Ave. No., Seattle, Wash. 98109 
Phone: (206) MAin 3-4103 

Date of Organization: 1955; Inc.: 1967 

Richard W. Cameron, President-Producer 

L. H. Zwilgmeyer, Vice President, Director- 
Chief Editor 

Donald Egerstrom, Chief Cameraman 

Buela Armstrong, Film Librarian 
Services: 16mm and 35mm sales, advertising, 
public relations and training motion pictures; 
shorts. All services from initial research to final 
utilization. Facilities; 16mm and 35mm cameras 
for normal, wide-screen and anamorphic photog- 
raphy; 16mm and 35mm animation and stop- 
motion camera, wide-angle through telephoto 
lenses, also 16mm zoom lens; Magnas\Tic and Vi" 
pulse sync .sound systems for studio or location. 
2500 sq. ft. shooting stage; Studio; screening 
room; 16mm and 35mm editing equipment; dub- 
bing equipment with optical and mag. playback; 
16mm sync magnetic interlock equipment. Music 
library; studio; location lighting; grip; transpor- 
tation equipment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Aeromedical Evacuation in tlic 
]et Age; The Lunar Orbiter; Facilities for the 
Boeing SST; The Little Factory on the Edge 
of Town (BOEING); Tlie Civil Engineer in 
Aerospace Defense (U. S. A. F.). 

COMMERCIAL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1426 Fifth Avenue Bldg.. Seattle, Wash. 98101 
Phone: (206) MA 4-8390; MU 2-5480 
Date of Organization: 1954 

Lylc C. Thompson, President 

Richard G. Larson, Vice-President 

L. J. Lathrop, Secretary-Treasurer 

Lester D. Irion, Sr., Sales Manager 

James M. Erbes. Sound Engineer 

Carol A. Johnson, Secretary 
Services: Motion picture and sound recording 
studios; production for public relations, sales pro- 
motion, industrial and training films; tv programs 
and spot commercials. Writing, directing, etliting 
and recording. Facilities: .\mpex MR-70; 3 
Ch;uincl ''i" tape; 15 or 30 I.P.S. w/sel-sync; 
16/ 35mm camera equipment; 1700 ft. studio and 



PACIFIC NORTHWEST 



COMMERCIAL PRODUCTIONS: 

sound stage; Ampex 350 and 354 tape machines; 
16mm Magnasync recorders; lighting equipment; 
crab dolly; 12 channel custom mixing facility. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
.Motion Pictlres; Ideas in Action (Simpson 
Timber/ Lennen & Newell); Meeting at Alder- 
lyrook and King County Election Officials (Ken- 
worth Motor Truck Co. ) ; Beam & Decking Wey- 
erhaeuser Timber/ Cole & Weber); Libby Dam 
Project (U.S. Corps of .Army Engineers); Seattle 
Transit Film and 3 films on the Rosary Scrip- 
turals (Mrs. Eleanor Looker). Slidefilms: 7s- 
sues 1966 (Doug Hanson); SST-Wing Pivot and 
Westours Presentation (Audiscan, Inc.). TV 
Commercials for Heidelberg Beer (F. E. Baker 
Advtg., Inc.); Space Needle; Bankamericard; 
Weverhaeuser Resources; 1st National Bank of 
Oregon; "Save $6.00 Sale" - Weyerhaeuser 
(Cole & Weber); Northwestern Mutual (Mc- 
Cann-Erickson); Canadian Pacific (Kraft, Smith 
& Ehrig). Sound Tracks: Northstar Operation 
(Bureau of Indian Affairs); Safari (R. W. Byer- 
ley); Northwest Living; Design for the Future; 
Operations Round File; 50th Anniversary (Boe- 
ing Company). 

FILMS WEST, INC. 
1218 Terry Avenue, Seattle, Wash. 98101 
Phone: (206) MA 2-7662 

Date of Organization: October, 1966 

Arthur H. Bleich, Pres. & Exec. Producer 
Judd McUvain, Vice Pres., General Sales 
Leland Kenower, Vice Pres. and Director of 

Photography 
Eli Bleich, Director and Film Editor 
Jim verDoom, Art and Animation 
Leslie Bleich, Treasurer 
Services; Visual communications consultants and 
procedures of 16mm and 35mm motion pictures 
and film strips for industry, education, public 
relations, sales promotion, tele\ision commercials 
and theater release. Scripting, photography, 
editing, narration, music and distribution. Picture/ 
sound transfer and full productions for all car- 
tridge film and film strip system. Facilities; 
Complete production facilities for location and 
studio shooting. .Arriflex, Eclair, Bolex, Angenieux, 
Nagra, .\mpex, Colortran, Moviola and Seimens 
equipment available for all assignments. Music 
and sound effects libran.', interlock projection, 
sound recording and still photngraphv . 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
(New Company, Organized in 1966) 

LOUIS R. HUBER PRODUCTIONS 
(Affiliate: Northern Films) 
Box 98 — Main Office Station, Seattle, Wash. 

98111 
Phone: (206) AT water 2-6362 

Date of Organization: 1952 

Louis R. Huber, President 

Helen Bertram, Secretary 
Ser\tces: Educational, promotional and public 
relations motion pictures, 16mm color and B&W. 
Film researching, planning, script, narration edit- 
ing. Facilpties: Bell & Howell, Cine Si>eci.il 11 
motion-picture cameras; Hasselblad, Rolleiflex 
;ind Contiix still cameras; wide assortment of 
lenses for all cameras; camera .ind equipment 
truck for extended field work. Magnasync re- 
corder; multi-channel sound editing; high-fi- 
delity tape recorders; music and sound-effcct.s li- 
braries; stock-film libr.ipi. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictiri;s: Wasted River and Canadian 
Wildlife (Northern Films); Arcltarohgical Ex- 
rnvntitm and Tribal Elhnolopi ( Washington Stale 
I'niversitv); Centennial Celebration (49th Stale). 



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PACIFIC NORTHWEST 



RARIG'S, INC. 
(Film Production Division) 

5510 University Way, Seattle, Wash. 98105 

Phone: (206) LAkeview 2-0707 

Date of Incorporation: 1946 

Max H. Rarig, President 

Edith A. Rarig, Vice-President 

James H. Lawless, Vice President, Production 
Services: Public relations, sales promotion, in- 
dustrial and training films, TV programs and com- 
mercials. Complete productions from idea to 
prints. Special services include: writing, directing, 
editing, recording, studio facilities, animation, 
mixing and original music. Complete underwater 
photography including 46-foot boat. Facilities: 
16inm and 35mm Arriflex and Bell & Howell cam- 
eras, bUmp, Westrex 16mm magnetic recording, 
sound stage, lighting equipment. Underwater 
housings, marine exposure meters, underwater 
lighting equipment. Full permanent staff. 
RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion- Pictlirzs: Cutting Crew (\. W. Forest 
Ind. Film Committee): Counting (Mathematic 
Association of America); Opportunities in Log- 
ging (Pacific Logging Congress); Mighty 
Western Forest (Western Wood Products Asso- 
ciation); Investment for Profit (Investment Ex- 
change). 

Spokane, Washington 

EMPIRE FILMS CORPORATION 
Suite 703, Radio Central Bldg., Spokane, 

Wash. 99204 
Phone: (509) MA 4-5570 

Date of Incorporation: 1952 

C. H. Talbot, President 

A. R. Godfrey, Vice-President 

M. O. Talbot, Secretary-Treasurer 

J. R. Ulrich, Dir. Research & Education 
Services; Motion pictures and other audio-visual 
materiak for business, industr>', TV and the pro- 
fessions. Studio and location filming and sound. 
Consultation , research, script, for both narration 
and dialogue, production and directional services 
for both cinematography and sound recording. 
Producer's services available to professional 
clients. FACH-mES: Equipped for studio or loca- 
tion hghting, filming and recording; post-record- 
ing wild or with interlock projection; editing for 
picture and sound materials; music library; script 
services. Production and directional personnel; 
creative talent. Maintain own studio recording, 
and editing facilities. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Freedom Mine (Grand Lodge 
B. P. O. Elks); The Hospital on the Hill (Sacred 
Heart Hospital); Grasshoppers for Breakfast (J. 
Rosenfield Productions); Passenger Extra #8444 
(Hut Enterprises); TV Commeecl\i.s: Pres-to- 
Log (Robert Miller Advertising). 



HAWAII 



CINE'-PIC HAWAII 
1847 Pacific Heights Road, Honolaln, Hawaii 
Phone: 50-2677 

Date of Organization: 1947 

George Tahara, Owrter-Producer 

Lloyd Stone, Writer 

Larry Grant, Narrator 

David Thorn, Art/ Animator 

Tiki George, Music Editor 
Services: Complete 16mm production for motion 
pictures and TV. FAcrunEs: Arriflex S&M, & BL, 



CINE'-PIC HAWAII: 

Auricon 600, Nagra Neopilotone, Westrex, and 
Magna-sync magnetic recorders; Maurer Optical; 
Magna-s>'nc dubbers and mixers. Stock shots; mu- 
sic library; animation. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictlires: Palolo Turns Back The Clock 
(City & Country of Honolulu); Fishhooks of 
Hawaii (B. P. Bishop Museum); Profit in Para- 
dise (Hawaii Visitors Bureau); Kona Develop- 



ment (The Bishop Estate) ; Governor Bums Doctt- 
mentary; Travels of Princess Liliokalani (Aloha 
Week Committee). TV Commebcials: for Loves 
Bread (McCaim Erickson-Hawaii ) ; Holsura Bak- 
ery (Compton-Carey Adv. Agency); Democratic 
Party Commercials (Budar Adv. Agency); Hilo 
Hatt Othro Spray (McCann Erickson-Hawaii). 
TV Spots; Series News Briefs for Hawaiian 
Telephone Co. (N. W. Ayer & Son); Series 
Governor Bums Campaign (Carlos Rivas & As- 
Mciates ) . 



SPECIALIZING PRODUCERS IN CANADA 



ALBERTA 

CANAWEST/MASTER FILMS LTD. 
815-17 Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta 
Phone: 245-2266 

Date of Organization: 1955 

David Mintz, Presidertt 

William Marsden, Vice-Pres., Operatiorts Mgr. 

Robert Willis, Vice-Pres., Film Director 

Gerald Moir, Director, Photography 
Services: Motion picture and sound film strips 
for industry, education and tourism. Television 
commercials, live-action and animated. Services 
to independent producers. FACn-rriES: Auricon 
Super 1200, Arriflex, Beaulieu, Bolex, Cine Spe- 
cial cameras; art and animation department; edit- 
ing and cutting rooms, full lighting; recording 
and dubbing. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Monov Pictures: West to the Mountains (Al- 
berta Government); We Take It All for Granted 
(Agricultural Centennial Comm.); Make No 
SmaU Plans (Univ. of Calgar>'); Campus in the 
Clouds (Banff School of Fine Arts); Seismic 
Polar Expedition (Petropar & C.G.G. Oil Co.). 



BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Chetwynd Films Ltd. 
1118 Melville St., Vancouver 5, British 

Columbia 
Phone: MU 5-0027 

(See complete listing under Toronto, Ontario) 



MANITOBA 

WESTERN FILMS LIMITED 

757 St. Mary's Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba 
Phones: 253-0064/4853 

Date of Organization: October, 1964 

G. T. Herming, President / Producer 
W. Franz, Vice-President /Producer 
L. Brown, Vice-President 
G. T. Brazzell, Secretary 

SER\^CES: Motion Pictures, T\^ films, commer- 
cials, live and animated. Facilities: Creative 
dept., studio, titles, animation; sound recording 
in studio or on location. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures; Trappers' Festival; Enjoy or 
Destroy (Labatt's); Forestry Film (Canadian 
Forestry Assn. ) ; Assignment Manitoba; Manitoba 
(Manitoba Government); TV Commerclm-S: for 
The Hudson's Bay Co.; Simplot; Alcoholic Edu- 
cation (McConnel-Eastman); Manitoba Tele- 
phone System; O'Keefe; Sask. Wheat Pool 
(Foster Adv.); Eaton's of Canada; Dept. of Edu- 
cation (Cockfield & Brown); Automatic Products 
(Paul, Phelan & Perry); Labatt's (Ronalds-Reyn- 
olds). 



MN this symbol over a producer's 
listing in these pages refers to display adver- 
tisement in this 17th Production Review issue. 



ONTARIO 



CRAWLEY FILMS LIMITED 
19 Fairmont Avenue, Ottawa 3, Ontario 
Phone: 728-3513 

Date of Organization: 1939 

Branch Offices: 181 Eglinton Avenue E., To- 
ronto, Ontario. Phone: 485-0325. Anne A. 
Kloepfer, Mgr. 1 Place ViUe Marie, Suite 
1503, Montreal 2, Que. Phone: 861-9449. 
Henry Strub, Mgr. 

Subsidiary: Graphic Films Limited, 19 Fair- 
mont Ave., Ottawa 3, Ont., Phone: 728-3513. 

.Associate Dubbing Company: Synchro-Quebec, 
1318 St. Catherine Street W., Montreal, 
Quebec. Phone: 866-8136. 

Officers and Department He.\ds 
F. R. Crawley, C. A., President 
Graeme Eraser, Vice-Presidervt 
Charles Everett, Vice-President 
Thomas Glynn, Vice-Pres., Special Projects 
Anne A. Kloepfer, Manager, Toronto Office 
Henry Strub, Manager, Montreal Office 
Paul Harris, Production Manager 
William O'Farrell, Laboratory Manager 

and Quality Control 
Glenn Robb, Ass*. Laboratory Mgr. 
Peter Cock, James Turpie, Seaton Findlay, 

Donald Carter, Senior Producer-Directors 
Sally MacDonald, Producer's Service Mgr. 
Alex Murray, Comptroller 
Mary Whalen, Purchasing Agent 
Rod Sparks, Chief Engineer 
Dave Cochrane, Sound Department Head 
Larry Crosley, Director of Music 
Stan Brede, Camera Department Head 
Gary DesLavriers, Lighting Department Head 
Vic Atkinson, Animation Department Head 
Judith Crawley, Script Department Head 

Services: Motion pictures and slidefilms for 
Canadian and United States industr>', govern- 
ment, education and television; plus recording, 
editing, animation and extensive laboratory serv- 
ices for producers, independent cameramen, ten 
pro\Tncial government and other organizations 
from coast to coast. FACix-rriES: 42,000 sq. ft 
studio buildings, 40-acre studio lot, two sound 
stages and two recording studios. 17 cameras: 
Mitchells, Maurers, Bell & HoweUs, Arriflexes, 
Cine-Specials and Newman-Sinclair; blimps, 
dollies, 375,000 watts of lighting equipment with 
two generators and transformer station; RCA 
35mm and Maurer 16mm re-recording theatres 
with 8 and 4 mixing consoles. Stancu-Hoffman 
35/ 16mm magnetic recording, 8 magnetic re- 
corders— Rangertone, Ampex, Stellavox, Magne- 
corder and Tapak, disc recorder; animation de- 
partment with Saltzman stands; engineering de- 
velopment facilities; 35 /16mm laboraton,'; casting 
files; music hbrary; fleet of 16 trucks and trailers. 
Electronic service dept., and stock shot library. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 

Motion Pictures: The Perpetual Harvest (Mac- 
Millan Bloedel, Ltd.); VigC (Canadian Nurses' 
Assn.); A Matter of Attitudes (Canadian Coun- 



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BUSINESS SCREEN • 1967 



CRAWLEY FILMS LIMITED: 

cil of Resource Ministers); The BuUders (Cana- 
dian Council of Professional Engineers); Crystal 
from the Sun (Canada & Dominion Sugar); Ele- 
phant Country (Cominco); The Coppermetals 
(Anaconda American Brass); Holiday Island 
(Prince Edward Island Travel Bureau); Calcium 
Chloride Road (Allied Chemical); The Enter- 
tainers, '66 Canadian Open Coif (House of 
Seagram); Big Deal (Ontario Dept. of Econom- 
ics); And Now (Voluntan,' Economic Planning 
Board, Nova Scotia); Brian Adams, C.L.U. (Ca- 
nadian Life Underwriters Assn.); St. John Am- 
htilance in Canada (a centennial film for the 
Association); New Mill, New Richmond (Bath- 
hurst Paper, Ltd.): Are You Warm to the Touch? 
(Industrial Acceptance Corp.); Lab Dogs (Ani- 
mal Welfare Institute of N.Y.). 



GRAPHrc FILMS LIMITED 
(A Subsidiary of Crawley Films Limited) 

19 Fairmont Avenue, Ottawa 3, Ontario 

Phone: 728-3513 

F. R. Crawley. C. A., President 

Graeme Eraser, Vice-President 

W. OTarreD, Manager 

Glenn Robb, Lab Manager 

Sally MacDonald. Producers Services Mgr. 
SET^\^CES: Laboratory and producers* service 
company associated with Crawley Films Ltd. 
Undertakes the printing & processing of 16/35 
mm b&%v films, 16mm Ektachrome processing, 
16mm b&w reversal processing; also 16mm ad- 
ditive color printing, intemegs & color posih've 
prints, Elctachrome masters & reversal color 
prints. Scene-to-scene color corrections. F.\cii.i- 
TIES: Include cutting & inspection rooms; print- 
ing department includes both step & continuous 
printer. Control & processing departments. Pro- 
duction services (Htles, animation, editing & re- 
cording). 

Metropolitan Toronto Area 

ACADEMY TV FILM PRODUCTIONS 
OF CANADA 
433 Jarvij Street, Toronto 2, Ontario 
Phone: (416) 925-5997 

Date of Organization: 1961 

Branch: Miclcev Schwarz Productions, Inc. 
419 E. .54th St., New York, N.Y. 10022 
Phone: (212) 421-7440 

Mickev Schwarz. Owner. Producer, Director 
Janet Pluclcnett, Production Assistarti 
Sebvtces: Scripts; artwork; .storyboards, layouts; 
animation and live production; editing; etc. Fa- 
CTLrriES: 35mm screening facilih'es; stage; cutting 
room, etc. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV CoM^rEncIALS : Ivory Liquid; Crisco (Comp- 
ton Adv.); Kellogg's (Leo Burnett); Liquid Prell 
(Benton & Bowles); Duz Detergent (Grev 
Adv.). 

CHETWYND FILMS LTD. 
10 Banigan Drive, Toronto 17, Ontario 
Phone: 924-4493 

Date of Incorporation: Ontario— 1950 
British CoIumbia-1960 

Branch: 1118 Melville St., Vancouver 5, B.C. 
Phone: MU 5-0027. A. P. Gardner, Mgr. 

Arthur Chet\%'ynd, President & Gen. Mgr. 
Marjory Chet\v\Tid, Vice-President & 

Secretary-Treasurer 
Robin Chetwynd, Production Manager 
Ross McConnell, Producer/ Director 
William Street, Producer/ Director 
Karl Konnry, Director/ Editor 



CHETWYND FILMS LIMITED: 

Robert Brooks, C.S.C, Dir. of Photography 

James Robinson, Supervisor, Sound 

Robert Millard, Supervising Editor 

Lillian Gauci, Admirustrative Secretary 
Sebvices: 35/16/8nun motion picture production, 
color and b&w, for education, sport, travel, in- 
dustry, advertising, public relations, television, 
including research, writing, photography, editing, 
titling, printing, set design and artwork. Shde- 
films and filmstrips; motion picture equipment 
rentals; producer's services department; distri- 
bution and production consultation. Fach-ities: 
Cameras: 16mm Arriflex, BL Arriflex, Auricon, 
Kodak Cine-Specials; K-100. Lenses: Full range. 
Lighting: Full range of lighting & grip equip- 
ment. Sound: Nagra & Mini-tape V*" sync pulse 
double-system location recording equipment; 
Magna-Tech 16/ 35mm recorder-producer for 
transfer to 16/ 35mm magnetic; Magna-Sync dub- 
bers; facilities for 4-5 channel miring; full com- 
plement microphones; voice recording studio; 
small sound stage; sound cutting; music & effects 
library. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Stanley Cup Firuds 1966 
(Molson Breweries, Ltd.); Canada's Waterways 
West (Outboard Marine Corp. of Canada Ltd.); 
A Century of Canadian Medicine (The Canadian 
Medical Assn.); Voices of the North (Canadian 
National Telecommunications); Player's World of 
Racing 1966 (Imperial Tobacco Sales Ltd.); 
du Maurier International 1966 (Peter Jackson 
Tobacco Sales Ltd.); Grey Cup '66 (Labatt 
Breweries of Canada Ltd.) ; Safe as Houses (Con- 
struction Safety Assn. of Ontario); The Anderson 
File (Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce). 

JACK CHISHOIM FILM PRODUCTIONS LTD. 
Ste. 102-4 New Street, Toronto 5, Ontario 
Phone: 925-2281 

Date of Organization: 1950 
John J. Chisholm, B.S.A. P.Ag., President 
M. di Tursi, M.A., Secretary-Treasurer 
Don Hutchison, Director, Exec. Prod. 
Allan Macleod, M.A., Director, Exec. Prod. 
Sebwces: Construction, engineering, educational 
motion pictures and shdefilms; stock shot hbrary 
—over 300,000 ft. 16mm Elctachrome Canadian 
scenic, industrial, wildlife, etc. Facilities : Pro- 
duction, location cameras & sound; editing equip- 
ment. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
Motion Pictures: Portraits in Steel (Steel Co. 
of Canada); Forests for the Future (Ont. Dept. 
Lands & Forests); Mine Model (Ont. Dept. of 
Mines); Canadian Mosaic (Salvation Army); 
Cartoon Series (Canadian Broadcasting Corp.). 



Crawley Films Limited 
181 Eglinton Ave. E., Toronto, Ontario 
Phone: 485-0325 
Anne A. Kloepfer, Manager 
(For complete data see listing imder Ottawa) 

FILM ART CORPORATION LTD. 
(Also see Lesser Studi* Ltd.) 

55 Charles St. West, Toronto 5, Ontario 

Phone: 924-6611 

Mort Lesser, President 

Bruce Walker, Creative Director 

Bill Gimmi, Production Manager 

Mary Adams, Producer 

Dorothv McKav, Producer 

Karl Gilbert, Editing Dept. 

Chris Holmes, Studio Supervisor 

Claude Lewis, Sales Marxagcr 
Services: 35/ 16mm color tt b/w film produc- 
tion, live action, TV commercials, industrial & 
sales films, studio facilities. FACiumES: 60'x80' 
sound stage; 35mm Mitchell R35, 10-1 motorized 



SECTION TWO: 

Sources for 
Production in 

CANADA 

Specializing Producers 
of Audio-Visual Media 
from Coast-to-Coast — 



FILM ART CORPORATION: 

zoom. Super Baltar lenses and blimp; 35mm 
Mitchell NC zoom & blimp; 35inm Arriflex & 
zoom; 16mm Eclair NPR & zoom; Nagra sound; 
Magna Tech transfer to 35/ 16mm magnetic; 
Moviola Crab Dolly; Fearless Dolly; 35/35, 
16/16, 35/16 editing facilities; 35mm interlock 
screening. 

RECENT PRODUCTIONS AND SPONSORS 
TV COMMEBCLAX.S: for Alberto-Culver, Anacin, 
Awake, Campbell's, Chocks, Clearasil, Crisco, 
Dainty Rice, Duz, Firestone, Ford, General Ci- 
gar, 6eneral Motors, Greb, Lavoris, Lightning, 
Molson's, Oxydol, Red Rose, Remington, Robin 
Hood, Schweppes, Shreddies, Sin